Whose Nest is This? by Heidi Roemer, Connie McLennan
  

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Whose Nest is This? by Heidi Roemer, Connie McLennan

Springtime is here. There is work to be done, as animal parents make nests for their young. Using pebbles, or woodchips, even mud, spit, and leaves-many creatures make nests...Whose nests are these? So begins this spirited, rhyming, picture book that describes in riddle-form the many types of nests animals make, from the tiny ruby-throated hummingbird to the imposing sea turtle. There are mammals and reptiles and insects who nest. Birds, too, build unique nests that suit them the best. Some nests provide shelter, and some are for show, but the best nests are those in which young babies grow!

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The amazing variety and diversity of both nests and animals and birds who create them will amaze, educate, and entertain young readers. Midwest Book Review

About the Author

Heidi Bee Roemer works as an instructor for The Institute of Children's Literature, and serves as an advisor for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. She lives in Orland Park, Illinois. Connie McClennan is an artist and children's book illustrator whose work has appeared in Sunset Magazine, Weekly Reader, and Highlights for Children. She lives in Rocklin, California.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Heidi Roemer, Connie McLennan
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Publication date

25th April 2009

ISBN

9781589793866


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