Little Bird Lost: A Rhyming Picture Story by Kate LarkinsonLibrarian Note: Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN-10: 1492762822/ ISBN-13: 9781492762829.
One of the baby birds seems to be missing. His greedy siblings have pushed him out of view! A tale of sibling rivalry and their parents love for ALL their offspring.
The series of high-quality photographs accompanied by the simple rhyming tale provide a rare opportunity of a birds-eye view into the nest. The reading content is aimed at 3-5 year-olds, but the photographs and the story that they tell will fascinate all age groups. The length and content make it a perfect bedtime story, a great start for beginner readers and a superb study of real-life nature and family life that demonstrates how care and compassion persists amongst even the tiniest of creatures.
Steve spotted this family of swallows in the eaves of a small bakery in south-west France and this delightful story unfolded as he photographed them. Kate added the words in rhyming couplets and created the book and educational resources. Little Bird Lost is one of those childrens picture books that both educates and entertains. It can be used to promote discussion on bullying, greed and sharing fairly as well as with simple number work and directions. Available in paperback and kindle books.
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As a child, Are You My Mother? It was the one I would read aloud to my brother each Sunday morning while my big sisters were getting ready for school. We would sit on the red recliner together, me only five years old and my brother just about three. I would eagerly turn the pages of the hardcover, reading aloud this sad story. The story begins with the mother bird leaving the nest, in order to get worms for her baby bird, before it hatches. Alas, the baby hatches while the mother is away.
By Patty Whalen. One afternoon I found a terrified baby bird trapped in our basement window well. As I bent down to set it free, the mother rushed over, frantically shrieking and flapping her wings to try to scare me away and assure her little one that she was there. The baby bird was doing the same things. I was able to capture the baby and let it loose in the back yard. The mother dive bombed me, letting the baby bird know that she was there and would take care of anyone who came near her chick. I am sure the baby bird decided it was time to leave the nest.
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Once upon a time there was a Mother Bird and she built a beautiful nest in a big tree. She laid an egg in her nest and sat on it to keep it warm. Mother Bird sat in.
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The Story of Baby Birds. The story of baby birds begins with the nest. Each spring our wild birds build nests in order to have cozy places to lay eggs and raise their families. Some birds make their nests on tree branches or in bushes. Others nest on buildings or in chimneys. A few will even nest in unused boats or cars! Certain birds such as woodpeckers raise their babies inside hollow trees.