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"An enchanting portrayal of one girl's delight in a creature and the many ways they can engage and inspire." --ALA Booklist
spends her day with the birds--sipping nectar and splashing in the pond
in this joyfully written celebration of birds and imaginative play from
an award-winning author-and-illustrator team.
a celebration of the natural world and the joy found in imaginative
play. Perfect for reading aloud, this book will delight children with
its search-and-find elements, bright illustrations, and exuberant story.
A nonfiction element, two pages bursting with colorful bird
illustrations, encourages readers to seek out birds in their own
neighborhoods. Printed on FSC-certified paper with vegetable-based inks.
Author: Tania McCartney
Publisher: Blue Dot Kids Press
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 10.50h x 9.20w x 0.50d
Audience: Ages 4-8
Kirkus Reviews 02/01/2020
Booklist 04/01/2020 pg. 81
School Library Journal 04/01/2020 pg. 118
Hornbook Guide to Children 01/01/2020 - Recommended, Satisfactory
About the Author
Tania McCartney is an award-winning Australian author, illustrator and editor. She is published in nine countries and has over 40 books in print or production. Recent picture books include Mamie (HarperCollins, 2018). The founder of The Happy Book podcast and renowned kidlit site Kids' Book Review, Tania is passionate about juvenile literacy, and is an ambassador for numerous literacy initiatives. Her awards include several Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Notable books and the CBCA Laurie Copping Award for Distinguished Service to Children's Literature. Tania currently lives in Canberra, Australia, with her family, a forest of artwork and a mountain of books.
Jess Racklyeft is the acclaimed creator of cards, picture books, original paintings, prints, and all types of different client projects. She worked in publishing sales for many years and now works full-time as an artist and illustrator. Recent awards include the Children's Book Council of Australia Notable Picture Book of the Year two years running. She lives in Melbourne, Australia, with her family.