Eagle and the Wrenby Jane Goodall
Who can fly the highest? "I can," claim the lark and the dove, the vulture--and of course the mighty eagle. With a great flapping of wings, and squawking and calling, the birds take to the air. It is a glorious contest, but the outcome surprises them all--especially the mighty eagle!Jane Goodall retells a beloved story from her own childhood --a fable for all times that illustrates how we depend on each other for help and support throughout our lives. Alexander Reichstein was born in Moscow. He is the illustrator of The Bear's Christmas by Brigitte Frey Moret, Hiding Horatio by Udo Weigelt, and Mina and the Bear by Sabine Jorg, all published by North-South Books.
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- Product dimensions:
- 8.30(w) x 11.38(h) x 0.37(d)
- Age Range:
- 4 - 8 Years
Meet the Author
Jane Goodall is an anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace, widely known for her studies of chimpanzees, for conservation, and for animal welfare. Alexander Reichstein has worked for various international publishers, designing and illustrating books for adults and children for more than 30 years. He studied printed media design and illustration at the Moscow Polygraphical Institute.
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