Jabber the Steller s Jay
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  • Meet Jabber, a Steller’s jay born in the spring in a nest of pine twigs and mud. When summer comes, she grows feathers and learns to fly, just in time for the cold season ahead. With beautiful illustrations by Diane Iverson, Jabber the Steller’s Jay takes the reader through the first year of Jabber’s life as she learns to survive along with the other animals who live in the ponderosa pine forest of the US Southwest with her. Includes a pictorial glossary of many of the forest animals that Jabber meets, including a red-tailed hawk, a tassel-eared squirrel, a porcupine, and a mountain lion.


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    Date de parution 26 septembre 2017
    Nombre de lectures 0
    EAN13 9781943328901
    Langue English
    Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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    The Steller’s Jay
    Text © 2017 by Sylvester Allred
    Illustrations © 2017 by Diane Iverson
    All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means,
    electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval
    system, without written permission of the publisher.
    Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
    Names: Allred, Sylvester, 1946- author. | Iverson, Diane, illustrator.
    Title: Jabber the Steller’s jay / by Sylvester Allred ; illustrated by Diane
    Iverson.
    Description: Portland, Oregon : WestWinds Press, [2017] | Summary: Follows a
    Steller’s jay as she transforms from a helpless fledgling to an
    independent adult in the ponderosa pine forests of the American Southwest.
    Identifiers: LCCN 2016034593 (print) | LCCN 2016058632 (ebook) | ISBN
    9781943328895 (hardcover) | ISBN 9781943328901 ()
    Subjects: LCSH: Steller’s jay--Southwest, New--Juvenile fiction. | CYAC:
    Steller’s jay--Fiction. | Jays--Fiction.
    Classification: LCC PZ10.3.A437 Jab 2017 (print) | LCC PZ10.3.A437 (ebook) |
    DDC [E]--dc23
    LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2016034593
    Editor: Michelle McCann
    Designer: Vicki Knapton
    Published by WestWinds Press ®
    An imprint of
    P.O. Box 56118
    Portland, Oregon 97238-6118
    503-254-5591
    www.graphicartsbooks.com
    Printed in China
    Jabber the Steller’s Jay is dedicated to my siblings: Nina, Linda, Helen,
    David, Claire, and Janna. All of you have been so loving and supportive
    of me over the many years that we have been a family. —S. A.
    To Annalyssa and CJ, two tiny naturalists. —D. I.
    Acknowledgments: I’d like to thank the following individuals for their contri-
    butions to Jabber . Donna Nelson, my wife, for her constant support and
    encouragement of my writing. Jay Harrison, a colleague, made suggestions
    about publishing Jabber . Kathy Howard, acquisitions editor of Graphic Arts,
    read and passed the proposal forward for publication. Douglas Pfeiffer, former
    publishing director of Graphic Arts, was encouraging and receptive to Jabber’s
    publication. Michelle McCann, editor, offered constructive suggestions and
    asked insightful questions while editing the book. Barbara Hawn, a good
    friend, suggested the name Jabber for the Steller’s jay that this book is about.

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