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Description - United Tweets of America by Hudson Talbott

Part geography lesson, part introduction ornithology, United Tweets is all fun . . . a feathered pageant matching the 50 state birds--USA Today

*INCLUDES* Fun facts, a full map of the United States, all the state capitals, and hilarious illustrations of each state bird!

Welcome to the United Tweets Pageant! This colorful parade of state birds competing to be Top Tweet will have readers of all ages laughing aloud. From Alabama's Yellowhammer to Wyoming's Western Meadowlark, each bird is a winner, and each bird loves to show off the state it calls home. Hudson Talbott has created an inspired introduction to states and their birds. His vibrant, detailed illustrations infuse the birds' interactions with energy and humor, making this a great way to spark kids' interest in United States history, geography, and, of course, wildlife!

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780147515575
ISBN-10: 0147515572
Format: Paperback / softback
(267mm x 231mm x 5mm)
Pages: 64
Imprint: Puffin
Publisher: Penguin Putnam Inc
Publish Date: 5-May-2015
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Hudson Talbott

Hudson Talbott (www.hudsontalbott.com) also illustrated Show Way (by Jacqueline Woodson), a Newbery Honor book, and Leonardo's Horse (by Jean Fritz), an ALA Notable Book and a VOYA Honor Book. He lives in New York City and Leeds, New York, in the Hudson Valley. He is grateful for the inspiration of the birds coming to his feeders, who also doubled as models for several of the state birds.

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