Linda Roberts-Betsch’s New Book ‘THE DAY THE BIRDS CAME CALLING’ is a Wonderful Tale About Kids Finding a Bird’s Nest in Their House, Giving Them Wonder and Excitement

Fulton Books author, Linda Roberts-Betsch, is a nursing professor, vice president for academic affairs emerita, and a member of the board of directors for several non-profit community organizations involving leadership, literacy, and the arts. She has completed her most recent book “THE DAY THE BIRDS CAME CALLING”:  a delightful adventure of two kids who find a bird’s nest on their family’s front door where they consistently witness how the birds play their part as parents and how they raise their babies until they leave their nest.
Betsch shares, “Eight-year-old Kiki has a secret that she wants to keep for herself. Because she is a big sister to her brother Kip, age six, she decides to let him in on the secret. Follow Kiki and Kip as they involve their parents in watching a bird’s nest hidden in a wreath on the family’s front door. Kiki and Kip also tell their classes at school about the nest and learn new words (hatchlings, nestlings, fledglings) from their teachers. Read about how the family (including three little dogs) changes their routine way of living to avoid disturbing the birds. In this book, children will learn about how birds build a nest, raise their young, and the roles of female and male birds in the process.”
Published by Fulton Books, Linda Roberts-Betsch’s book is a spectacular children’s read where kids learn different terms in the process of birds building their nest and raising their young. It also teaches them to respect animals, understand their nature, and know how to take care of them.
Readers who wish to experience this marvelous work can purchase “THE DAY THE BIRDS CAME CALLING” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books