8 edition of The Great House of Birds found in the catalog.
by Sierra Club Books for Children
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
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A Bird in the House was written from the perspective of Vanessa at age forty, while she recalls .The House of Birds is no such book though - both Oliver and Sophia are fascinating, intricate characters who go through moving character arcs that sweep the reader along in their path - you're never eager to leave one time period and go into another, but you're never disappointed to find yourself in the company of either group of characters.