[ BOOKS ] ✭ Vulture View Author April Pulley Sayre – Snapchatlogin.us

Vulture View Turkey Vultures Soar On The Balmy Air, Looking For Their Next Stinky Feast These Birds Don T Hunt They Like Their Food To Be Already Dead, And Their Eating Habits Serve A Very Important Ecological Role Vultures Are Part Of Nature S Clean Up Crew.In Her Signature Poetic, Energetic Style, Acclaimed Nature Writer April Pulley Sayre Introduces Young Readers To The World Of The Turkey Vulture The Gorgeous Illustrations By Caldecott Honor Winning Artist Steve Jenkins Capture These Birds In All Their Surprising Majesty Vulture View Is A 2008 Bank Street Best Children S Book Of The Year.

[ BOOKS ] ✭ Vulture View  Author April Pulley Sayre – Snapchatlogin.us
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Vulture View
  • April Pulley Sayre
  • 17 March 2017
  • 1250062675

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  1. says:

    The last few weeks have brought some newcomers to my neighborhood a flock wake or committee, kettle, venue, or volt of 20 orturkey vultures have started perching ominously in nearby trees After a hard day s work in the nearby landfill two miles away as the crow buzzard flies , these birds like nothingthan to gather together on the uppermost branches, and stare down with beady little eyes as I walk by with my dog I have to admit that I ve been staring right back at them, so I w The last few weeks have brought some newcomers to my neighborhood a flock wake or committee, kettle, venue, or volt of 20 orturkey vultures have started perching ominously in nearby trees After a hard day s work in the nearby landfill two miles away as the crow buzzard flies , these birds like nothingthan to gather together on the uppermost branches, and stare down with beady little eyes as I walk by with my dog I have to admit that I ve been staring right back at them, so I was thrilled to find this book at the library Sayre presents a fascinating and colorful look at these rather unappealing creatures Her book, with simple text aimed at younger readers, features stunning collage illustrations by Steve Jenkins.Ther...


  2. says:

    Fabulous illustrations, a great approach to a rotten topic with very interesting end matter Well done


  3. says:

    Very simple and poetic text teaches about vultures who catch a ride on warming air and seek for foods that reek such as a rotten, stinky dead deer The text makes this accessible for very beginning readers, yet still teaches interesting concepts foradvanced readers An author s note at the end includes muchdetail about the turkey vulture Did you...


  4. says:

    It s no wonder that this book was selected as an ALA Geisel Honor title The text is poetic, but not regularly rhyming, in a way that rolls of the tounge but also offers some fun rhythmic surprises What other author could make vultures so much fun to re...


  5. says:

    I really like the structure of this book I like how it starts out with the sun rising and also ends when the sun rising I think it is a good representation of a vulture s everyday life because it literally shows that it does it ...


  6. says:

    Vultures, nature s scavengerscatch them in action in the wild.


  7. says:

    This is an attractive book that was enjoyed by my students.


  8. says:

    My toddler was a little apprehensive of the vulture illustrations in this book, but I thought it was an interesting way to teach little ones about the life of a vulture.


  9. says:

    With a short, poetic narrative and stunning cut paper collage illustrations, this is a terrific book about a much maligned, but very important member of the animal kingdom the Turkey vulture These majestic birds are so important to our ecology, since they eat the decomposing carrion and help the lower level decomposers break down the body tissues Without this, the world would be a much smellier place.The narrative is fun to read aloud it is simple enough for even young children to understand With a short, poetic narrative and stunning cut paper collage illustrations, this is a terrific book about a much maligned, but very important...


  10. says:

    I really enjoyed this book You don t usually get great non fiction with great pictures and interesting facts I see turkey vultures all the time..they are HUGE and EVERYWHERE I learned that they have weak claws so they don t kill animals but will scanning on dead animals that have died from death, disease or another animal When I read disease I thought How does the vulture not get sick in the book it explains they can safely eat food that would make a human sick Scientist aren t sure s I really enjoyed this book You don t usually get great non fiction with great pictures and interesting facts I see turkey vultures all the tim...

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