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The Robin Makes a Laughing Sound: A Birder's…

The Robin Makes a Laughing Sound: A Birder's Journal

by Sallie Wolf

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This book is a collection of poems by Sally Wolf about birds. She has been in love with watching birds since middle school. The poems are about her observations while watching the birds.
  sarahrenee1 | Jan 21, 2012 |
Summary: The Robin makes a laughing sound has a look of a journal. Inside this journal are descriptions of different types of birds and poems that go along with that same theme.
Personal reaction: This book was not as interesting as other poem books I have read. It was hard keeping my attention focused because it seems as if you are reading the same thing over and over again. There are a few poems that are sweet. The art in my opinion could have been more exciting to make the poems more interesting.
Classroom Extension Ideas: I would not choose to use this book in any lessons but if I had to I would choose one of the poems as an introduction to a bird lesson, or pass it around for a sampling of journaling. ( )
  ginaolivas | Oct 27, 2011 |
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Presents observations made through every season of the year of different birds and their behavior, from robins taking a bath, to cardinals searching for food in the snow, to an owl perched on a tree at night.

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