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by Laura Erickson, Brian Sockin, illustrated by Anna Rettberg
Age Range: 4 – 6
They play a game called “Am I Like You?” in which they address the questions “What birds are like us? / What birds are we like?” The illustrations are skillfully drawn, bold, and Disney-esque in aesthetic, clearly and accurately portraying characteristics of common North American birds: Am Read More…
Does Jane Yolen Ever Sleep? We Really Want to Know.
By Cindy Dobrez & Lynn RutanJuly 11, 2016
Lynn: OK, I really want to have a heart to heart with Jane Yolen. I want to talk to her about her exclusive children’s book series on the new trade publishing imprint from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and her gorgeous new book, On Bird Hill (2016). But I also want to talk to her about sleep. Read More…
BEA 2016: Color Your World
By Diane Patrick
May 14, 2016
Got adult coloring books? The millions of copies of adult coloring books that have been sold in the past four years proves that the joy, excitement, and memories of this uncomplicated childhood pleasure really have no age limit. Before publishers got in on the craze, coloring groups had been meeting for years. Read More…
“First in a planned series (a portion of proceeds will benefit the Cornell Lab of Ornithology), this dreamy story follows a child and his dog on a stroll by the sea. Read More…
A young dog-walker recalls the memorable experience of watching a chick hatch.
To inaugurate a new series created for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Yolen, who has often celebrated the natural world, provides a graceful poem reminiscent of the cumulative song “The Green Grass Grew All Around. Read More…
“Don Kroodsma’s passion for birdsong is infectious, and this guide will have any birder (including me) listening to birds with new insight and appreciation after reading it.” — David Allen Sibley, author and illustrator of The Sibley Guide to Birds
“Watching birds is only half the fun—knowing how to listen to them is the other half. Read More…