Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fl y like a bird? Or better yet, soar like an eagle? On a splendid spring day a Golden Eagle works feverishly to build a safe nest for her offspring to be raised. But, sometimes even the best protection is not enough for Mother Nature. Find out what happens to the two eaglets in this story set in Roxborough Park, Colorado. Will they both survive? Where Eagles Fly is the first book in the “TAKE A HIKE” collection. The illustrations, by Paula Scirati were done in oil pastels.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.08(d)|
About the Author
Paula Scirati grew up in the small town of Lockport located in Western New York. She was a very curious child and spent much of her time investigating and “playing” in her natural surroundings. You might have found her climbing a tree in hopes to get a closer look at the world of a bird. Maybe you would have found her catching pollywogs in the creek. Watching them turn into frogs proved to provide countless hours of entertainment! She had a knack for rescuing small animals in need but developed a special place in her heart for birds. With love and encouragement from her parents and teachers, she started writing poetry and painting at the early age of six. She often turned to her experiences outdoors for inspiration and ideas. Her youthful inquisitiveness developed into a respectful interest for nature as an adult.
Today Paula lives with her husband Jim in Roxborough Park, Colorado. Their home is nestled between the State Park and Pike National Forest. They live in an incredible paradise where 300 million year old red Sandstone rocks tip high into the sky. Paula and Jim are passionate about hiking both on and off trail. There are so many surprises waiting to be discovered in “The Great Outdoors”. Once in a while an adventure will lead to a story worth sharing. This is one such story.