Busy Birdies by John Schindel
(A Busy Book)

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Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 4/13/2010Pages: 20Reading Level: Age 1 and Up
 

About John Schindel

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John Schindel is the author of several books for young readers and has produced and directed award-winning films for childern. Mr. Schindel says he wanted to write a story about his own two daughters and found inspiration in Ms. Delaney's photographs. "Janet's pictures of her daughteres illuminated the tensions and love I observed between my own girls," he says. Mr. Schindel lives with his family in Oakland, California. Janet Delaney has received national recognition for her fine art photography. "Looking at the childhood photographs of my brother and sister and me brings back vivid memories of our daily lives," says Ms. Delaney. "I keep my camera close at hand to capture these routine yet magical moments in my daughters' lives." Ms. Delaney lives with her family in Berkeley, California.
 
Published April 13, 2010 by Tricycle Press. 20 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Holt’s engaging photographs illustrate chickens in each mode, from “ ‘aww’-inspiring fuzzy chicks to wildly top-knotted grown-ups.

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3 mos.-2) Pub Date: Oct. 12th, 2010 ...

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Spectacular photographs combine with tight participle couplets to present a variety of bird behaviors.

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On the right hand page, opposite, a feathered creature with a massive body, its legs planted in a pool of shallow water looks straight out at readers, a stream of water falling from its blue beak: “Birdy dribbling.” Two owls seemingly leering pose as “Birdies eyeing” while a pair of geese, one wi...

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