By Laura Erickson,Brian Scott Sockin,Anna Rettberg
From well known birding writer, Laura Erickson and the Cornell Lab Publishing Group's own President and writer, Brian Scott Sockin, Am i love You? is an excellent new photograph ebook that empowers mom and dad and youngsters to discover the area of birds together.
As with all Cornell Lab Publishing workforce books, 25% of the web proceeds from the sale of Am i admire You? is going on to the Cornell Lab to aid initiatives equivalent to children’s academic and neighborhood programs.
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