Feathers by Eileen Spinelli
Poems About Birds

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Here is a house, dear robin.
The floor and walls are strong.
It's safe from wind
and snug from rain
and yours for just a song.


Birds of all kinds abound in this sprightly collection of feathery friends

How does a pelican say hello, a dipper swim, or a plover find a meal in a crocodile's mouth? Where does a cygnet go when it is frightened? These are some of the many questions explored in Eileen Spinelli's lyrical poems and Lisa McCue's charming pictures.
Whether children are studying birds in the classroom or are just curious about bird antics and behavior, this playful collection makes an ideal choice for all.
 

About Eileen Spinelli

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EILEEN SPINELLI is the author of many popular books for young readers, including In My New Yellow Shirt, Here Comes the Year, and The Perfect Thanksgiving. Always fascinated by birds, Ms. Spinelli was easily inspired to pen this endearing collection. She lives with her husband, author Jerry Spinelli, in West Chester, Pennsylvania.LISA McCUE is the acclaimed artist of over one hundred books for children, including Bunny's Noisy Book by Margaret Wise Brown and the popular Corduroy books (originally created by Don Freeman). Also the illustrator of her own greeting-card line, Ms. McCue lives in Annapolis, Maryland, with her family.
 
Published April 1, 2004 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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McCue’s clean-lined, brightly colored close-ups of smiling birds, all in natural settings framed by garlands of vines, flowers or patterned ribbons, will draw children to these 27 impish rhymes, each of which celebrates a particular kind of bird.

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