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porochista-khakpour's picture
Jan.06.2014
In a tiny village in rural Iran, Zal’s demented mother—horrified by his pale skin and hair, the opposite of her own—becomes convinced her baby is evil. She puts him in a wire birdcage on her veranda with the rest of her caged flock, and there he stays for the next ten years: eating birdseed and...
emlyn-chand's picture
Mar.04.2013
Evolved Publishing brings you the first of the "Bird Brain Books" by Emlyn Chand, "Honey the Hero." This children's picture book, with full color illustrations by artist Sarah Shaw, is for kids 4 to 6 years old. Honey, an inquisitive, young parakeet living in the Australian Outback, decides to...
mylene-dressler's picture
May.05.2010
THE FLOODMAKERS is the astute rendering of one Southern family’s struggle to survive the stormy heat of a summer tempest and its own powerful emotional undertows. Mylène Dressler’s work has been hailed by the New York Times as “splendid” and by the Christian Science Monitor as “haunting,...
dawn-mitchell's picture
Apr.09.2010
Bird enjoys flying through the skies, eating worms and splashing around in his favorite red swim trunks.  He's used to flying around unnoticed, but what happens when the neighborhood kids see him soaring through the air in a bathing suit?
sherrie-theriault's picture
Jan.09.2010
It is time that children hear the fine things the birds say about them. I assure you I am breaking no confidences the birds sing out their praise. This volume contains a selection of pictures of birds and their kindly rhymes to be read at bedtime, over breakfast, with your tea or any old time that...
jennie-shortridge's picture
Aug.26.2009
"...A taut, beautifully rendered novel about an injured war veteran, his bright young daughter, and a street-smart police officer who has lost almost more than she can bear. When their lives become entangled, what results has all the urgency of a thriller and offers a moving exploration of...
mylene-dressler's picture
May.16.2008
THE FLOODMAKERS is the astute rendering of one Southern family’s struggle to survive the stormy heat of a summer tempest and its own powerful emotional undertows. Mylène Dressler’s work has been hailed by the New York Times as “splendid” and by the Christian Science Monitor as “haunting, demanding...
richard-rhodes's picture
Jan.04.2008
This unprecedented anthology of John James Audubon’s lively and colorful writings about the American wilderness reintroduces the great artist and ornithologist as an exceptional American writer, a predecessor to Thoreau, Emerson, and Melville. Audubon’s award-winning biographer, Richard Rhodes,...
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Jan.04.2008
Born in 1785 in Saint Domingue (now Haiti), the bastard son of a French naval officer and a chambermaid, Audubon was taken to France by his father and then sent to America in 1803 to escape conscription into Napoleon’s army. He began drawing birds as a child, and in America this passion grew into...