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Flute's Journey: The Life of a Wood Thrush ❮PDF / Epub❯ ★ Flute's Journey: The Life of a Wood Thrush Author Lynne Cherry – Buyprobolan50.co.uk This is a reverent environmental story of a wood thrush’s first year and his arduous first migration across thousands of miles from his nesting ground in the Belt Woods in Maryland to his winter hom This is a The Life eBook ☆ reverent environmental story of a wood thrush’s first year and his arduous first migration across thousands of miles from his nesting ground in the Belt Woods in Maryland to his winter home in Costa Rica and back again During his journey Flute encounters many perils including natural predators and devastating habitat loss “Cherry has a gift for sharing her knowledge through engaging fictional stories” Booklist.

  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Flute's Journey: The Life of a Wood Thrush
  • Lynne Cherry
  • English
  • 10 December 2016
  • 9780152928537

10 thoughts on “Flute's Journey: The Life of a Wood Thrush

  1. Hannah Holthaus Hannah Holthaus says:

    Another great book by Lynne Cherry This book was about a wood thrush bird Flute and his migration paths during his life Throughout the story we are exposed to Flute and other birds getting lost because of new developments that are being built in their normal areas In the story it said that only one bird could claim an area in the tree When Flute got to the forest in Costa Rica he struggled to find a new home for the winter Even when he returned home in the spring a new housing development was created near his old home He eventually found a new place where he could stay and raise his family with Feather This would be a great book to read about if discussing migration or even preservation

  2. Billy Noecker Billy Noecker says:

    This story is a about a young wood thrush who is embarking on his first migration for the winter and then the return He deals with perils and goes through trials and tribulations that typically threatens song birds He finds help in the people who are putting in effort to preserve the precious habitat that the wood thrush relies on to live Great illustrations from Lynne Cherry A great story to use for a science lesson on preserving habitats or other environmental issues

  3. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    Very informational realistic story about the first year of a wood thrush’s life I thought my boys might lose interest after awhile but they were fascinated by the possible dangers a wood thrush could encounter and the long migrations such a small animal undertakes twice a year

  4. Kest Schwartzman Kest Schwartzman says:

    spectacular illustrations Text is too preachy for a little kid to enjoy but maybe 8 12

  5. Jen Jen says:

    Very educational about a topic and a bird that is near dear to my heart but a bit heavy handed and depressing

  6. Audrey Alexandra Audrey Alexandra says:

    NEVER READ THIS BOOK It is not a good book

  7. Janelle Janelle says:

    I'm still amazed by the fact that birds are able to migrate thousands of miles each year This is an educational story about migration as well as preservation It reinforces the importance of preserving habitats for birds as well as other animals After reading this book it would be a great opportunity to teach children about the Rain Forest referenced in the story the Eternal Forest of the Children Perhaps the family could even do a fundraiser for the cause?

  8. Kathryn Wilmotte Kathryn Wilmotte says:

    Beautiful beautiful illustrations A bit heavy handed with the environmental message for my taste but otherwise enjoyable This book is research for me for a future novel and several lines also opened up new avenues of thought as I compare my character's journey to the migration of a thrush So definitely worth reading

  9. Dawn Dawn says:

    I thought this was a really good book to read to children It talks about all the natural and man made events that can happen to a bird in a year's cycle of life Teaches them to consider the effects of their actions beyond what meets the eye

  10. Krista the Krazy Kataloguer Krista the Krazy Kataloguer says:

    An outstanding book to demonstrate how important habitats are to birds and what happens when these habitats shrink

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