Bird Talk by Lita Judge

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A gorgeously illustrated tribute to birds of all kinds and the fantastic, funny, fascinating things that they do. Birds have lots of ways of communicating: They sing and talk, dance and drum, cuddle and fight. But what does all of the bird talk mean?
Filled with gorgeous illustrations, this fascinating picture book takes a look at the secret life of birds in a child-friendly format that is sure to appeal to readers of all ages - whether they're die-hard bird-watchers or just curious about the creatures in their own backyards.

 

About Lita Judge

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Lita Judge was born in Alaska and spent much of her childhood in the north woods of Wisconsin and other wintry places. Lita is the award-winning author and illustrator of several children’s books, including Red Hat, Red Sled, One Thousand Tracings, and Pennies for Elephants. She lives with her husband in New Hampshire, and you can visit her online at LitaJudge.com.
 
Published March 13, 2012 by Flash Point. 48 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Over two dozen bird species—most, but not all, with North American ranges, and many fairly familiar—are shown communicating essential messages via calls, displays of plumage and other, less well-known behaviors.

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