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In the spring, a robin sings to find another robin. Together, they build a nest with twigs and grass. The mother robin lays the beautiful blue eggs. She will keep the eggs warm in the nest until they hatch into baby robins. The father robin protects the babies until they can fly on their own. The perils the babies encounter are many, including snakes and storms. The nest is always their safe place.... -- from book jacket.
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The Dalles Wasco County Library E COL (Text) 33892006580451 PICTURE BOOKS Book None 05/04/2020 Available -
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  • ISBN: 9780062885920
  • ISBN: 0062885928
  • Physical Description: 36 unnumbered pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 x 27 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Katherine Tegen Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2020]

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In the spring, a robin sings to find another robin. Together, they build a nest with twigs and grass. The mother robin lays the beautiful blue eggs. She will keep the eggs warm in the nest until they hatch into baby robins. The father robin protects the babies until they can fly on their own. The perils the babies encounter are many, including snakes and storms. The nest is always their safe place.... -- from book jacket.
Subject: Birds > Nests > Juvenile literature.
Robins > Juvenile fiction.
Birds > Nests > Juvenile fiction.
Nature stories.
Nature > Fiction.
Genre: Picture books.
Fiction.
Summary: In the spring, a robin sings to find another robin. Together, they build a nest with twigs and grass. The mother robin lays the beautiful blue eggs. She will keep the eggs warm in the nest until they hatch into baby robins. The father robin protects the babies until they can fly on their own. The perils the babies encounter are many, including snakes and storms. The nest is always their safe place.... -- from book jacket.

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