Robins!: How They Grow Up

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Robins! How They Grow Up is about two little robins that tell a story about growing up as robins. It started when their dad came north after the winter. He met a nice female robin and they made a nest. The mother bird laid her eggs. The eggs hatched and there were baby robins. At first, their parents had to feed them for a couple of weeks, then their feathers came in and they were going to learn to fly. One birdie dropped and they had to live in tall bushes. Their father taught them how to find food and how to fly. The little robins followed what the other robins did and learned how to be a robin.

I liked Robins! How They Grow Up because it was about robins and I like seeing robins at our bird feeder in the backyard. I really like how they labelled the robins growing, like day eight, day thirteen. The illustrations were really detailed and informative. They really helped show how robins look at different ages while they grow. I learned that when the baby robins poop, it is in a little white sac that the mom or dad eat or take away. I would recommend this book to kids who like to learn about nature and want to learn more about the birds they can find in their backyard.

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Author Eileen Christelow
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 48 pages
Publisher Clarion Books
Publish Date 2017-Feb-07
ISBN 9780544442894
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Issue May 2017
Category Children's


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