Birds (a Day in the Life): What Do Flamingos, Owls, and Penguins Get Up to All Day?
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About the Author
Dr. Alex Bond is a Canadian ecologist and conservation biologist, who focuses on marine birds and oceanic islands. Alex is the curator in charge of birds at the Natural History Museum in London, UK.Henry Rancourt is a freelance illustrator based in Cleveland, Ohio. He completed his BFA in Illustration at the Cleveland Institute of Art. In 2021, Henry showed work in The Society of Illustrators Los Angeles West 59 Show. He is also a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
"How select birds wake up, make nests or bowers, lay and tend eggs, fly, chow down, and end the day... A bright, brisk addition to the murmuration of bird books." --Kirkus
"There are lots of really interesting short stories and loads of pictures, which also made it easier to read. It is set over a whole day, and you find out lots of facts about birds. Some birds are really funny, like the flamingos who march back and forth like the guards at Buckingham Palace." --WILD WORLD magazine