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Strange nests by Ann Shepard Stevens

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Published by Millbrook Press in Brookfield, Conn .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Birds -- Nests -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Birds -- Nests.

Book details:

About the Edition

Examines the nests and nest building habits of eleven birds common to the continental United States, as well as unusual nests that have been built when normal nesting materials were in short supply.

Edition Notes

StatementAnn Shepard Stevens ; illustrated by Jennifer Owings Dewey.
GenreJuvenile literature.
ContributionsDewey, Jennifer, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL675 .S74 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL345560M
ISBN 100761304134
LC Control Number98004582
OCLC/WorldCa38551394

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  If you're as fascinated by birds' nests as I am, this book is for you. Each spread consists of 1 full-color picture of a gorgeous and inventive nest, and the eggs that are deposited there. Facing the page is an illustration of the bird that built the nest and a full description of /5(68).   Lovely images of nests and eggs are set against rich black backgrounds, and are accompanied by fascinating and informative portraits—conveyed through words and illustrations—of the birds that built : Sharon Beals.   Like The Nurture Assumption, Judith Harris's revolutionary new book, Stranger in the Nest is required reading for both parents and professionals, scholarly yet beautifully written and a joy to read."--David T. Lykken, Ph.D., author of Happiness, Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota. From the Cited by: 4.   From holes drilled into trees to intricately woven cups, these magnificent structures are worthy of our admiration. This book by Stan Tekiela is filled with unparalleled photography, and it promises to delight as it walks you through the world of bird nests. Book Features. One-of-a-kind images of birds and nests from across the United StatesReviews: 6.

(Bodhi - 4 stars) The main idea of this book is that two birds are looking for a nest. I liked it because they had to look and look for a nest and they found one eventually, and it was funny. (Saskia - 5 stars) Mr. Bird sang a song and he was so happy because he loved his house/5(). A warm, funny and acutely perceptive debut novel about four adult siblings and the fate of the shared inheritance that has shaped their choices and their lives. Every family has its problems. But even among the most troubled, the Plumb family stands out as spectacularly dysfunctional/5(K).   The book is several volumes pages (single spaced!) of strange, fantastical adventure stories, accompanied by over illustrations of . The nests are, by turn, miraculously intricate, strikingly simple, sinister, strange, or sweet, but all are a testament to the resourcefulness of creatures who lack complex tools but have nonetheless evolved some of the most sophisticated, diverse architecture of any organisms on the planet.

  In Stranger in the Nest, David Cohen skeptically examines the role of parents in shaping their childrens' lives. The book is loaded with examples from dozens of studies of twins, adoptions, and family life. Cohen concludes that children are shaped by their genetic endowment more than their parents' style of rearing. The Stranger Things Book List. Did you binge Stranger Things in one sitting? If you’re impatiently waiting for the next season, we recommend a few science fiction, fantasy, and horror books that will take you into another world. You can never have enough strange monsters, spooky scenarios, and alternate realities to pass the time. A book that kids can illustrate WITH Dr. Seuss!Budding artists and Seuss fans alike will be delighted to get their hands (crayons, markers, and/or pencils) on this expanded hardcover edition of a coloring classic! The full-color images in this book. Plot. The book is narrated by "Chief" Bromden, a gigantic yet docile half-Native American patient at a psychiatric hospital, who presents himself as deaf and mute.