Eagles by Deborah HodgeEagles by Deborah Hodge

Eagles

byDeborah HodgeIllustratorNancy Gray Ogle

Paperback | September 1, 2000

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Did you know that a Golden Eagle has more than 7000 feathers? Or that a Bald Eagle's nest can be as tall as a house? How eagles build their nests is just one of the 14 topics in this look at the two types of eagles found in North America -- the Bald Eagle and the Golden Eagle. Kids can find out how eagles fly, what they eat, how they hunt, what they do to protect themselves and much more. In this fascinating book in the popular and informative Kids Can Press Wildlife Series, easy-to-read text and beautiful, accurate illustrations meet the research needs of young children and satisfy their curiosity about these amazing birds.
Deborah Hodge is a former educational consultant and curriculum designer and the author of the Kids Can Press Wildlife series. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.Nancy Gray Ogle is an avid naturalist, art teacher and nature illustrator. She lives in Muskoka, Ontario.
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Title:EaglesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.13 inPublished:September 1, 2000Publisher:Kids Can PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1550747177

ISBN - 13:9781550747171

Appropriate for ages: 5

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Through sweeping two-page pictures and short descriptive sentences and paragraphs, Eagles presents a complete story for young readers in 32 pages. Topics include eagles’ anatomy, behavior, and tips for studying and watching the birds. Definitions are included within the descriptions in the text, so the 10-word “Words to know” section at the end of the book is almost not needed. This slim volume is a delightful place to meet up with 10 different eagles of the world, including two North American forms (the bald eagle and the golden eagle). Also, highlighted facts are found in nine boxes along the way through the enjoyable presentation. Eagles offers an excellent place to learn about these majestic birds.