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During a cold spell in December, a song sparrow that has not migrated south must adapt to the changes that winter brings.
|Statement||Illustrated by Kazue Mizumura.|
|Series||The Thirteen moons|
|Contributions||Mizumura, Kazue, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.G518 Mx|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||78081951|
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Each book centers on a particular animal or bird and describes his life in his chosen environment during a given month of the year. The Moon of the Winter Bird is the December moon, and the story is about a song sparrow who did not migrate from his home by the Olentangy River in Ohio but spent the winter in a spruce tree by a dining room window/5(2).
Each book centers on a particular animal or bird and describes his life in his chosen environment during a given month of the year. The Moon of the Winter Bird is the December moon, and the story is about a song sparrow The moon of the winter bird.
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During a cold spell in December, a song sparrow that has not migrated south must adapt to the changes that winter brings. Free shipping over $/5(1). The song sparrow in the Ohio dooryard in December has become a winter bird inadvertently: "his inner signal (to migrate) had not functioned." Unlike the other creatures in this series, he is an exception, and he differs from them also in harkening to the presence of people: the upstairs alarm clock rouses him, the emergence of the man of the house prompts him to add his droppings to the pile.
Under the winter moon:Survive an icy night under a December moon with a song sparrow stalked by a midnight predator in Ohio's suburban meadowland.
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