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An Egg Is Quiet by Dianna Hutts Aston
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Mar 20, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: booklegger, madeline, natalie, max, non-fiction, science, picture-book

Spring break is coming up soon! I enjoy walking around Lake Elizabeth and seeing all of the freshly hatched ducklings and goslings waddling after their mothers. Ducks and geese aren't the only ones hatching out of eggs. In fact, different types eggs -- although they posess so much variety -- have a lot in common.

This book, An Egg is Quiet, by Dianna Aston, has fabulous pictures to help you identify eggs as well as wealth of information about eggs.

An egg is quiet.

An egg is colorful.

An egg is shapely.

An egg is clever.

Eggs come in different sizes. In fact, "Hummingbird eggs are the size of a jelly bean. It would take about 2,000 hummingbird eggs to equal the size of one ostrich egg."

An egg is artistic.

An egg is textured.

An egg might even be fossilized!

Spend some time finding out more about what an egg is, how they change inside, and what they become, by reading An Egg is Quiet by Dianna Aston.

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