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Where Does a Tiger-Heron Spend the Night?

By Zena Faith Levine

A review of Where Does a Tiger-Heron Spend the Night? by Margaret Carney

Published on April 1, 2002

Where Does a Tiger-Heron Spend the Night?
Margaret Carney

Kids Can Press
$15.95
hardcover

Where Does a Tiger-Heron Spend the Night? teaches children about birds through vibrant illustrations and poems. Though a picture book, it can be appreciated by older readers because of its rich language. The poetry is by Margaret Carney, the illustrations by Melanie Watt. mRb

Zena Faith Levine is a Montreal freelance writer and editor.

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