Illustrated by Nancy Gray Ogle; published by Kids Can Press
How eagles build their nests is just one of the 14 topics in this look at the two types of eagles found in North America — the bald eagle and the golden eagle. You’ll find out how eagles fly, what they eat, how they hunt, how they protect themselves and much more.
Did you know?
• eagles are the biggest birds of prey in North America
• a golden eagle has more than 7000 feathers
• that a bald eagle’s nest can be as tall as a house
Kids Can Press Wildlife Series
Easy-to-read text, well-organized information and beautiful illustrations make this series is an excellent choice for students doing their first research projects. Featuring North American animals, these books describe where an animal lives, what it eats and how it raises its young.
• Parents’ Choice Approval, U.S. Parents’ Choice Foundation
• Best Books for Children by Science Books and Films
• “Pick of the Lists” by American Bookseller
• Our Choice selection, Canadian Children’s Book Centre
“A well organized, attractive book that will capture the interest of primary age children. Highly recommended.” Resource Links
“Soar with our largest birds of prey in the latest book from the Kids Can Press Wildlife Series. Like the other excellent books in this series, Eagles reveals its subject both inside and out.” Alberta Naturalist