Continuing with the books for children and young adults theme this week brings us to a work that is unquestionably a book for children: Fidget’s Folly. The second Fidget book by the author and illustrator team of Stacey Patterson and Vadim Gorbatov, Fidget’s Folly take up the story of Fidget and Echo, a pair of young Peregrine […]
News of newly published or forthcoming books.
While I don’t often receive many books for children and young adults for review, these past few weeks have been quite the exception; thus I’m devoting this week to sharing a few of the new ones that have particularly caught my eye. The first of these (with a significant caveat to which I’ll return in […]
Not so very long ago – at least in geologic time – a host of now extinct megafauna roamed the earth; then suddenly at the end of the last ice age they vanished. What happened? Many have postulated that a dramatic change in the climate did them in; however in Sharon Levy‘s Once & Future Giants; What […]
Over the twenty-four years since the publication of Clay Sutton, Pete Dunne, and David Sibley’s Hawks in Flight back in 1988, it has become just short of holy scripture for all those wishing to learn how effectively to identify airborne raptors in North America – particularly those seen at a great distance. Now, nearly a quarter […]