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Book review-Birds


Lights,Camera,Birds.... I think you will love this book Birds, by Kevin Henkes. I think this book is for 1st and 2nd graders because it is a really nice, short book. I like this book because it makes you really understand what is going on with and how birds like to sing, how they fly, and what they look like. I know you will like this book because it is all about what birds do. If you like birds, get this book.

So go out there and shoot for the moon because even if you miss you will land among this book!!!!

Comments

Mrs. Rosheim said…
Whitney~I can't believe the same author as all the Lilly books has written this non-fiction book about Birds. I can't wait to read it. Thanks for being a V.I.P Master Reviewer for our library!
Whitney said…
Thank you very much, I think if you choose me next time I will do even better. I love book bloging, I think that you did a wonderful job picking this out for Lewis and Clark... you are a fantastic librarian/teacher for SMILE!!! Thank you.
Anonymous said…
Yo Whitney, that book sounds great!
Whitney said…
Thanks Bailey, I am so glad that you are checking to see what comments I have said, and the awesome book reviewers that are reading every day!:)
Jordan said…
Whitney that book sounds awsome! :)
Whitney R. said…
Thanks I love this book it was one of the good ones!!!

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