Annotations for Robin, Where Are You?


Baker & Taylor
Lucy and her Grandpa go birdwatching together, but although he teaches her about many different birds that they see in the woods and near the pond, what Lucy really wants to see is a red-breasted robin.

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Baker & Taylor
Lucy and her Grandpa go birdwatching together, but although he teaches her about many different birds that they see in the woods and near the pond, what Lucy really wants to see is a red-breasted robin. Includes facts about more than a dozen kinds of birds.

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Baker & Taylor
Sharing a bird-watching journey through the park in hopes of spotting a robin redbreast, a little girl and her knowledgeable grandfather discover many birds while the robin proves elusive, in a story complemented by interactive gatefolds and a dramatic final foldout.

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Random House, Inc.
A girl and her grandfather go bird watching in the park with the goal of finding a robin redbreast. Luckily, when it comes to birds, her Grandpa knows just what to look and listen for--from shapes of beaks to squawks and squeaks. But while the robin proves to be elusive, other birds are discovered in trees, in bushes, on lamp posts, power lines, and rooftops--which the reader discovers by lifting the gatefolds. Finally, when spotting a nest with blue eggs, a mama robin swoops in to cap off the day and delight the tenacious birdwatchers. The book ends with a dramatic foldout showing all of the birds described previously.

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