A Bird on My Hand
by Mary Bevis
illustrated by Consie Powell
The chickadees at Grandma's cabins are eager to take sunflower seeds from Grandma's hand, but will the chickadees back home ever learn to take seeds from a human hand? Will the child ever have the patience to let them? A lovely story of enjoying the wild things, with suggestions to help would-be human bird feeders. Charming and colorful illustrations frequently show the chickadee's point of view. Other wildlife and natural habitats are accurately portrayed and beckon the readers to spend time enjoying their own backyards. The end of the book includes information about chickadees that may amaze readers of all ages. Do you know how many stamps it would take if you were to mail a chickadee? How long chickadees live? How they survive sub-zero nights? How tiny their eggs are?
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