Birds in a Book (UpLifting Editions): Jacket Comes Off. Branches Pop Up. Display Like a Bouquet! (Hardcover)

Birds in a Book  (UpLifting Editions): Jacket Comes Off. Branches Pop Up. Display Like a Bouquet! Cover Image
By Lesley Earle (Text by), Rachel Grant (Illustrator)
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Description


This unique gift book transforms into a decorative object, featuring ten beloved birds from around the world. Each bird is perched on a die-cut branch that you can “pop up” from the page. Simply take the jacket off, pop up the birds, and turn this book into a whimsical arrangement to display on a desk or shelf. The accompanying text details the special attributes of each bird: the resourcefulness of the Blue Jay, the loyalty of the Bullfinch, and the family devotion of the Inca Jay. A wonderful gift for a bird-watcher or nature enthusiast, this book also features a pop-up “to/from” card, so you can dedicate it to someone special.
 
Birds featured in this book include: Eastern Bluebird, Evening Grosbeak, Bullfinch, Bohemian Waxwing, Superb Starling, Regent Bowerbird, Inca Jay, Gouldian Finch, Northern Cardinal, and Blue Jay.

Check out the other books in this trademarked series: Happy Day: A Bouquet in a Book, Thinking of You: A Bouquet in a Book, Succulents in a Book, and Party in a Book.

About the Author


Lesley Earle (a.k.a Lesley the Bird Nerd) posts bird-watching photography and videos on her YouTube channel and Facebook page. She resides in Corner Brook, Newfoundland.
 
Rachel Grant is an illustrator and pattern designer whose clients include Midwest CBK, Design House Greetings, The Boston Globe, Simple Things Magazine, and more. She lives in North Staffordshire, England.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781419733932
ISBN-10: 1419733931
Publisher: Abrams Noterie
Publication Date: February 5th, 2019
Pages: 24
Language: English
Series: UpLifting Editions

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