A conversation about the new children's book, "Look, See the Farm!" with Bill Wilson (Author and Birds & Beans Founder) and Katie Fallon (Author). Learn about two girls who visit their grandparents' organic farm and discover the wild birds that live there too—meadowlark, wood thrush, barn swallow, screech-owl, and many more.
A special conversation about "Look, See the Farm!" with Bill Wilson (Author and Birds & Beans Founder) and Katie Fallon (Author). Learn about two girls who visit their grandparents' organic farm and discover the wild birds that live there too—meadowlark, wood thrush, barn swallow, screech-owl, and many more.
"Look, See the Farm!" is the heartwarming story of two sisters visiting their grandparents’ organic farm during each of the four seasons, discovering the many interesting creatures that make the farm their home. Young readers will gain a look at farm life and the animals living on the farm, as well as discovering the wild birds that thrive there.
"Look, See the Farm!" teaches children about connecting with nature, as they join Kelsey and Avery in learning about local birds and their habits. Beautifully illustrated, with a universal message and an enduring appeal, let this exciting journey be the start of a newfound appreciation for nature’s beauty!
“Two sisters take a delightful trip through the seasons and observe the birds they encounter on their grandparents’ organic farm. Charming illustrations accompany the simple story. Questions for discussion and more information about the birds are included at the end of the book. This book would be a useful addition to any child’s nature library.” - Emily Sallitt, MLS, librarian Dallas, Pennsylvania
“I am very happy that Bill Wilson and Katie Fallon are writing children’s books like these. It was great to read a book clearly proclaiming the benefits of organic farming to children (and their parents!). I really enjoyed the bit at the end too, with the ‘birds in this book’.” – Allison K Wilson, PhD, co-founder and Science Director of the Bioscience Resource Project Ithaca, New York
"Look, See the Farm!" by Bill Wilson and Katie Fallon. Illustrated by Leigh Anne Carter. Hardcover Mar 27, 2018 | 32 Pages | 3-7 years. A story about organic farms and the birds that live on them. Order at: https://birdsandbeans.com/buycoffee/look-see-the-farm
Note: 15 copies of "Look, See the Farm!" have been generously donated by Birds and Beans, LLC to fundraise for Western Cuyahoga Audubon conservation activities. Get your copy for $12.50 below at the Western Cuyahoga Audubon BAZAAR!
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