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How Birds Sleep by David Obuchowski
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Mar 28, 2023 | ISBN 9781662650970

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★“ Accessible nature writing at its best… a wondrous investigation into the sleep habits of birds….A rich offering for all.” — School Library Journal, STARRED REVIEW

“Beautiful….this peaceful read is full of information and the perfect bedtime read.  Two big thumbs up!” — Growing Book by Book

“Gorgeous illustrations…delicious- luminescent….A perfect companion for any reader, regardless of age, who has ever wondered how do birds sleep…. perfect to share all ages. A jumping off place to spark conversations on the importance of preserving natural habitats.” — The Nonfiction Detectives

“Did you ever wonder how and where birds sleep once the sun goes down?….Pedry’s artwork is a definite highlight….Share this one-on-one or in very small groups so children can see the details.” —  Kirkus Reviews

“Stunning…impressive writing….fascinating….you’ll feel cozy and sleepy while reading about these sleeping birds.” — Imagination Soup

“A fascinating exploration of a question that many children ask too and done in a lovely bed-time book style. Sarah Pedry’s illustrations are beautiful and soothing.” — Bookends blog

“The writing draws you right in … immersive and engaging … and the illustrations are stunning…perfect for anyone with an interest in birds, sleep, or just looking for a fun picture book, as it is beautifully illustrated, gracefully written, well-researched, and, of course, full of fascinating insights into the sleep lives of birds.” — Pine Reads Review

“Fascinating… gorgeously illustrated and full of facts for hungry young minds. ….Whether this is used as a bedtime read-aloud, or as part of a class unit on birds or animal adaptations – it is sure to capture the attention and imagination of young readers.” — Suzanne Costner, The Fairview Review

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