Twins Zack and Rose have the special ability to interact with birds, and the two siblings learn all they can from their feathered friends.
Rose enjoys the regal trumpeter swans and is amazed by the sleek hummingbirds. Zack is drawn to peregrine falcons, and he makes friends with a snowy owl. From bluebirds to cardinals and more, the children meet and gather important facts about these winged animals.
Through words and illustrations, Fantastic Feathered Friends, a picture book for children, offers a fun look at thirteen different varieties of birds and presents a host of interesting facts.
Zach and Rose were twin brother and sister and could communicate with birds. Through the twin's interaction with birds, a reader meets
twelve different ones and are taught the basics on how they are able to fly. The story takes them into adulthood and shows how their knowledge of birds led to their successful careers.
Bob Morris is the author of The Cloudwalkers, Simon Scott's Dream of Flying, Lessons from Chickens and Ducks, Johnny Sparks and Toby, Hugo's Dream to Be Free, The Miraculous Clouds, and Tommy Tott's Raft Adventure. He lives in Collinsville, Illinois.