The BLUES Go Birding: At Wild America’s Shores (The BLUES Go Birding, Book 2)
Carol L. Malnor and Sandy F. Fuller
Dawn Publications (2010)
Reviewed by Cayden Aures (age 6) and Mom for Reader Views (12/10)
“In this book there are five BLUES: Lulu, Bing, Eggbert, Sammi, and Uno. On the title page it tells you about them. They go on a trip starting in Canada and see all different kinds of birds. On each page there is a different bird that we learn about. My favorite bird was the Laughing Gull. I think that he would be fun to hear. He eats fish and garbage and some other things. I learned about a lot of different birds that I never heard of before. This was a good book. I liked the pictures in the book too.”
“The BLUES Go Birding: At Wild America’s Shores” is a fun story filled with tons of great information about shore birds. We loved traveling along the coasts and learning great information about their inhabitants. We recommend this fact-filled resource to any child interested in learning more about our feathered friends.
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