Bird Talk Overheard by Ann Jonas
1999 - New - 34 pages - 9 1/2 x 9 1/2
Color illustrations throughout
Over the years, bird watchers have come up with English equivalents of what bird songs sound like to make it easier for them tor remember and recognize a bird by its call. These are called "memory phroses" ot "mnemonics". Using some of these memory phrases, the author and illustrator, Ann Jonas, has created a hilarious and totally original book to show many of our North American birds and what some bird watchers think they are saying.
When children get their hands on this book, they are sure "to really read it, to really really read it." Or so says the magnolia warbler. And the magnolia warbler is not the only one with an opinion. There are sixty-three bird species talking their way through this funny backyard story.
From the Bird and Nature Book Library of Sally Blanchard
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