Even an Ostrich Needs a Nest by Irene Kelly
Where Birds Begin

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Bird lovers of all ages will feel right at home with Irene Kelly's latest nature title.

How does a bird make its nest? Very carefully! Many birds build intricate nests out of twigs, leaves, feathers, mud--even dollar bills and clothespins. Some nests are gigantic, housing hundreds of birds or weighing as much as a car, while others are just large enough to keep one egg safe and warm. Whether simple or fancy, every species finds a unique way and clever place to raise its young.

 

About Irene Kelly

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Irene Kelly has always been drawn to dogs and impressed by their intelligence and distinct personalities. A graduate of New York University, she is an author, illustrator and fine artist. Even an Ostrich Needs a Nest, her most recent title, was praised by School Library Journal. It's a Butterly's Life and It's a Hummingbird's Life are hers also. She is fascinated by travel, exotic places, and history. She lives in Maplewood, New Jersey with her husband and two children.
 
Published March 1, 2009 by Holiday House. 30 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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From the North American bald eagle to the Australian brush-turkey, the nesting habits of 40 different birds are briefly explored.

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