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Book: HOW TO LIVE LIKE A BIRD - Another Chapter In The Bird Lessons Series by Noah Letner
The "how-to" manual in the Bird Lessons Series. This instructional guide offers methods and techniques that will help anyone learn not only about birds and their amazing lives, but also create a closer bond with our winged friends. If you truly wish to establish a rare and special relationship with birds, this is the guide to accomplish your goal. You will learn how to sing and how to fly in your [...]
 
Book: Birds of the Pacific Northwest - How to Identify 25 of the Most Popular Backyard Birds by Sally Dinius
Includes an At-a-Glance Index for easier bird identification. This edition also has separate photos of males and females, except for bird species in which the sexes are similar in appearance. We also pulled a switch-a-roo, trading out two bird species, the House Wren and the Violet-green Swallow, for the Black-headed Grosbeak and the Barn Swallow. (Never fear: The House Wren and the Violet-green [...]
 
Book: Cafe Birds by Alicia Hope
What does a girl do if she has a soldier husband suffering from PTSD, or an abusive boyfriend, a recently Goth teenage daughter growing more distant every day, a callous and unfaithful life partner, or a guilty conscience (and gluten intolerance!) keeping her from the man of her dreams? She calls up her BFFs and vents over coffee and cake / gluten-free brownies of course! At least, that's what [...]
 
Book: Preparing For My First Cockatiel by Laurel A. Rockefeller
Preparing for My First Cockatiel is a beginner's guide book for you and your children to help you know what it takes to get ready for bringing home your very first cockatiel. Unlike most books about cockatiels out there, this one doesn't try to cover everything, but stays focused on what you need to be ready for your new life with your bird. Full of personal stories and photos, you will get to [...]
 
Book: HOPE by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
I worked in a rest home for two years and during this time I wrote HOPE. HOPE is the story of a group of residents that feeling abandoned and cut off from the rest of the world ban together and form an action group - after their first meeting they request many changes from the home director that is more interested in the bottom line than in the welfare of the people - for their requests: they [...]
 
Book: Bird Lessons by Noah Letner
A very creative tale inspired by personal experience and the love of birdsongs. Important life lessons are revealed by different birds as the author interprets their chirps. If you love birds and adventure come join the author on a journey of self-discovery, find your song and get your wings. A book for the bird lover in us all. This book can change your life.
 
Book: The Nest That Could Fly by William Sawyers
This book was written for third graders. It's about a family of robins with babies, during a big storm some thing happens to the nest. I found out later children as young as three love it when it was read to them, and grand parents as old as 60 love this story as well. Beautiful color illustrations is what makes this book more entertaining. For those of you who want to know how long it took to [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Jumberhoo (Sssooo Sunny & Monster in The Garden) by Penny Coutlee
The Adventures of Jumberhoo is about a bumblewasp who is taken from the big city and is brought to a country farm. There he meets lots of critters and his adventures begin. My father inspired me to write these books. One of his childhood memories was a tale that was told by his great aunt of "Jumberhoo". That is where I got the main character for my book. The primary readers are children ages 2 [...]
 
Book: Dear Earth - A Love Letter from Spring Hollow by Radine Trees Nehring
It was to be just a weekend retreat, the cabin Radine Trees Nehring and her husband, John, built with their own hands on the land they bought in the Arkansas Ozarks. All they wanted was a once-a-week refuge from the stress and trials of life in the big city one hundred miles away. But the air, the forest, and the wildlife in the place they named Spring Hollow had a haunting magic they could never [...]
 
Book: Arizona Wildlife Notebook by Garry Rogers
In the year, 2015, lethal heat waves and storms made it clear that humanity was changing the Earth. Anyone who paid attention to the news knew that Earth's animals and plants were disappearing. Total extinction of a species usually results after years of decline. In 2014, the World Wildlife Fund, the Zoological Society of London, and other organizations conducted an extensive analysis of more [...]
 
Book: The Secret Lives of Chickens or Tales from the Chickenyard and Beyond by Sunny Franson
Chickens are fascinating, social, both gentle and fierce, cunning, and clever. They figure things out, they plan, and they manipulate. The Secret Lives of Chickens pulls us into a time and place that seem simpler but actually are not, because of the feathered inhabitants within. This is about how chickens must view the world, as seen from the outside. They have their own culture that is more [...]
 
Book: Growing Up Humming by Mike Spinak
Fans of David Attenborough will enjoy experiencing the wonders of nature through Mike Spinak's pictures and words. Imagine witnessing hummingbird chicks being raised on the nest from front row seats, with every step shown as it unfolds, accompanied by fundamental explanations of the "whys" behind what you're seeing. In Mike Spinak's Growing Up Humming, you'll see hummingbirds as you've never seen [...]
 
Book: Hell's Kitties - and Other Beastly Beasts (Hell's Tales Book 3)
Humorous, Dark, and Heart-breaking stories await you in this anthology. Tales of Cats, Dogs and Birds from the pens of brilliant writers like Rayne Hall, Mark Cassell, Amy Grech, Jonathan Broughton, Carole Ann Moleti, Steven Van Patten, Anya Davis, Phillip T. Stephens, Yurika S. Grant and April Grey
 
Book: WAIT FOR KATE by Ayala Saar
SOMETIMES IT'S HARD TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW! We try and try, and just don't seem to succeed. Then we see others succeeding, and that makes us feel worse! So it can be tempting just to give up. Kate the little bird is having a hard time learning how to fly. Her brother and sister both learned how, but not Kate! She really wants to fly and see the world from the sky, but it all seems too hard. Will [...]
 
Book: First Friend by Edinaldo E. Santo
He was the oldest of a hatch of three and was born so tiny, that Mother Bird had to give him special care... One morning while most of the family was out, a distracted firefly flew into their nest and landed in front of the chick... "Wait a minute, sir," said the bird. The firefly went pale! "You forgot your hat." "I don't have a hat," replied the little thing. When Zaba, a little bird meets [...]
 
Book: Happy Cat & Friends Adventure by Liberty Dendron
In Happy Cat & friends Adventure, life for Happy Cat and his friends is full of twists and turns, and they move forward with leaps as bounds... Join him on his thrilling adventure and find out many secrets about other animals. An action packed, incredibly hilarious, children story. With heartwarming friends, the story that has something for everyone. For Dad's (or Moms) looking for adventure at [...]
 
Book: Just For The Birds (Hetta Coffey Series Book 10) by Jinx Schwartz
Hetta Coffey is a sassy woman with a snazzy yacht and she's not afraid to use it! While docked at Marina de la Paz, in Mexico's hauntingly beautiful Sea of Cortez, Hetta gets a surprise visitor that sets off a chain of events like only Hetta can manage to get herself embroiled in. With her best friend, Jan, and her dog, Po Thang, they are hot on the trail of some dastardly smugglers. Scroll Up [...]
 
Book: Two Birds With One Stone - Rebecca Stone Mystery Short Stories by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
This is the second outing for amateur sleuth and Los Angeles business reporter Rebecca Stone. In the short stories SOLID AS STONE and COLD AS STONE Rebecca must use her investigative newspaper skills to solve a crime before it is too late. This ebook also includes three recipes from the Jewish holiday book (available on Amazon) SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION by Rabbi Karen L. Fox and Phyllis Zimbler [...]
 
Book: An Eagle Named Canary - A Story of A Special Friendship by Beatrix S. Tambunan
A story of a very lonely but gifted eagle named Canary who met a white tiger cub, Roary. Both alone and ignored by their own kind, found something in common through their differences, a friendship. This story embraces friendship, acceptance, individual strength through differences, and unity in the value of friendship. The Eagle Named Canary shows self-empowerment creates positive changes and [...]
 
Book: Two Birds with One Stone (A Marsden-Lacey Cozy Mystery Book 1) by Sigrid Vansandt
A Fun Cozy Mystery Series - A Helen and Martha Murder Mystery It's a beautiful summer and the busy village of Marsden-Lacey, England, has murder on its mind. Someone just whacked everyone's least favorite villager, Sir Carstons, on his villainous head. That's when American expats, paralegal Martha Littleword and book expert Helen Ryes, find themselves knee-deep in Yorkshire murder. Spirited [...]
 
Book: Rogue Flamingo (D I Treloar Book 1) by LA Kent
A lawyer's body is found on the beach in the small Cornish village of Porthaven, staked out with a tarred bag over its head, just as the peak summer season gets underway. When a second body is found bizarrely fixed to the floor of a nearby building not long afterwards, the laconic police surgeon remarks 'Well, psychopaths need holidays too'. Detective Inspector Treloar, a maverick to some bosses [...]
 
Book: Grandmother and the Bird Nest - Bedtime Stories Book For Children's Ages 3-9 by Uncle Amos
An Awesome children's bedtime story picture. Grandmother is the most stylish lady on the street, but her new hairdo is upsetting the whole town! Will her grandkids be able to save the day? A fun bedtime story and a few moment of fun with your kids ages 3-9. Free E-video inside the book. Uncle Amos was born on 1950. He has a BA in Economics and an MBA in Business Administration. When he isn't [...]
 
Book: Back by Sunrise - A magical realism story (Eternal Light Book 1) by Justin Sloan
Brooke lived the dream of becoming a bird, and never wants to be a bird again. Winner of the 2015 Children's Book Award, BooksChoice4U A young girl named Brooke becomes a bird with the help of a magical necklace her dad left behind before deploying with the Army. When the necklace is stolen by a conniving raven, Brooke must battle his pigeon minions and enlist the help of a friendly mouse and [...]
 
Book: The Raptors of Redwood (The Earth-Watchers) by Lester Ferguson
A young artist, photographer, & an avid bird-watcher, befriends nature through extraordinary birds of prey, living in the colossal Redwood trees surrounding his town. The Raptors of Redwood is an intriguing story for young nature lovers to learn elementary facts about: The Bald Eagle, The Golden Eagle, The Snowy Owl, The Eagle Owl, & other raptors. The Raptors of Redwood contains vivid paintings [...]
 
Book: The Samson Option by Sharon Alice Geyer
In The Samson Option, Sharon Alice Geyer reveals worlds within worlds. You will glimpse ancient Biblical secrets against a backdrop of modern-day political intrigue, all the while rooting for our young hero and heroine to survive and be reunited. With her gift for action, dialogue and description, Geyer gives the reader a birds-eye view of the landscape and people of the Holy Land, her adopted [...]
 
Book: Mad, Bad and Dangerous by Elizabeth Bailey
An infuriating man. A straight-talking woman. Sparks fly. Will they catch alight? Covering an exhibition, journalist Regina Templeton is shocked to find herself under siege by the arrogant artist himself. She counters with a brush-off but Dominic de Lacey is not above using subterfuge to get his own way. Will Regina escape his wiles before her heart succumbs to Dominic's crazy charm? Elizabeth [...]
 
Book: Birdman by Jack Teeter
Sara was thinking she might make it to the barn without being seen. The birds kept screaming, but she saw no one... Nearly at the clearing, a hand reached out and grabbed her. It was Barry Sparks. "What the hell're you doing here?" he shouted. He let go of her arm just long enough to clap his hands together and yell "Hey!" toward the greenhouse. The screeching stopped. The clapping action [...]
 
Book: The Wonderful World of Willow (Willow and Coco Children's Series Book 1) by Rachel McGrath
'The Wonderful World of Willow' brings a child into the adventures of a domestic female cat named Willow in a delightful and entertaining way. Willow enjoys a lifestyle full of sunshine, chasing birds, climbing trees and enjoying the comforts of her home. This is Willow's story, and the first book in the Willow and Coco Children's Book series aimed at young children aged two to five years of age. [...]
 
Book: Death of a Robin by Rajesh Dutta
Robins, in a carefully hidden nest, are not safe from the knowledge of serpents. Neither are they safe from falcons. Whatever the case, we make the choice. Either the nest is made too low for serpents to reach, or the birds are high enough to be noticed by falcons. Bonny, Yogesh, and Ray were the three robins in the City of Constantia. Bonny Deut died fourteen years later, in the back of the [...]
 
Book: The Tao of Alligators and Crocodiles by J.M. Garlock
Reviled in the West & revered in the East since time immemorial alligators & crocodiles have historically invoked diametrically opposed reations. Ancient Egyptians & indigenous New World civilizations such as the Maya & Calusa called them living gods while today Chinese believe them to be givers of life & good health. Alligators & crocodiles are the physical embodiment of eternal yin & yang. [...]
 


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