by Herbert S. ZimOK, we found THIS one at the dump too, and it's so great, I can't stop looking and looking and looking at it, even with all the words, which are big but not too big. Tanya said that it's all information about the birds. They're all really pretty, and you know what? Whoever had this book first wrote days on some of the pages, and one of them was 1964! That was when Mimi was only four like me! But I don't think this was her book.
The best page is a tree that shows all of the birds sitting in it and mama says that's their family tree, and they're all related. That makes sense because they're all in the same book.
I think I'm going to look at this one a lot and might need to tell you more about it later.
There were two other ones at the dump that day like this one. One about trees and one about seashells. We have lots of trees here but I probably won't use the seashell one much, but it's still pretty.
A GOOD ONE!!!
|Title||129 Birds in Full Color, Birds, A Guide to the Most Familiar American Birds|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Author||Herbert S. Zim|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster; New York|
|File size||2.4 Mb|
|Book rating||4.6 (5 votes)