Texas Author Wrote 'A House For Wren' for Birders of All Ages
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Texas Author Wrote ‘A House for Wren’ For Birders of All Ages

Texas is a very popular state for bird watching. The wide variety of geography and climates lends itself to an enormous range of aviary species that change per season. Bird watchers, or birders as they are often called, can easily find somewhere near and far to observe. But birders are made, not born. Begin the introduction early on with a new children’s book, “A House for Wren” by Julie Beever, a delightful starter to the wonder of our feathered friends.

Texas Author Wrote 'A House For Wren' for Birders of All Ages

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Published by Mascot Books, “A House for Wren” follows the story of Wren and Mrs. Wren, who need to find a house for themselves in a hurry! Along with Ms. Green Jay, their very capable real estate agent, the Wrens are shown potential homes via a whirlwind tour. The story captures a bird’s-eye view of the wide variety of habits and habitats associated with various interesting and vibrant birds. Factual information, an imaginative narrative, and beautifully detailed illustrations tie together learning about real-life fowl nesting habits.

Texas Author Wrote 'A House For Wren' for Birders of All Ages

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This book is written by Julie Beever, a native Texan, and illustrated by Diana Delosh, a true nature lover. For over 20 years, author Julie Beever taught struggling readers in an elementary school setting. She credits her own love of reading to her mother, who amused Julie and her siblings with made-up stories and rhymes.

The book is perfect for ages 4 –10 years, but adults are also loving the story and accompanying drawings. Enjoyed by the young and the young at heart, “A House for Wren” is not only great for playrooms, home libraries, and car rides, but also in real estate offices! Order for shipping today from Mascot Books, or pre-order for a ship date of December 8, 2020 from Barnes & Noble and Amazon. Then, connect with Julie on Facebook and share who in your life has enjoyed “A House for Wren.”

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