Mia and the Hummingbird + Giveaway

 


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Book Details:

Book Title:  MIA AND THE HUMMINGBIRD by Nancy Carlisle
CategoryChildren's Fiction (Ages 3-7),  34 pages
GenreJuvenile fiction/social themes or animals/birds
PublisherSage Green Press
Release date:   March, 2021
Content Rating:  G. There is nothing that even comes close to PG.

Book Description:

Mia and the Hummingbird is the story of a young girl who immigrates to a new country and learns to accept a new life.She sees the hummingbird building her nest for her babies and thinks that she and the bird are similar as they learn to adapt to their new homes. Mia and the Hummingbird includes information about environmental and social reasons for immigration, the struggle to adapt to a new home and information about hummingbirds. Included is a glossary about these issues, a bibliography, and references

My Review

This is a good book. I would call it an educational reading experience. It teaches some good lessons on things like perseverance and adaptability. These are lessons that Mia learned from the Hummingbird. The hummingbird had patience seeking out the supplies to build her nest. 

Mia having to relocate from her former life to a new one had to learn these lessons as well. Yet, when she did, she found out it was easier to make friends. 

This book is filled with tons of interesting and teach worthy facts. Any facts about a hummingbird were inserted on the same page with that illustration. At the back of the book is a glossary of words that were used throughout the story. The older children will not have a problem reading this book on their own but younger readers, will need assistance. 

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 Meet the Author:


Nancy Carlisle is an author, illustrator and retired architect and manager. She writes hopeful books for kids that interweave facts and fiction about the environment and global responsibility.

During her 38 year career, as an architect and researcher, her focus was on the environment. She led work nationally and internationally on sustainable and energy efficient buildings and communities and won awards for collaboratively designing award-winning sustainable buildings, a laboratory campus, and as part of a team to develop a program to improve the energy efficiency of laboratories in the U.S.

connect with the author: website 
 
Tour Schedule:
 
June 14 – Reading is My Passion – book review / guest post
June 14 – Cover Lover Book Review – book review / author interview / giveaway
June 15 – Ice Fairy's Treasure Chest – book review / giveaway
June 16 – Rockin' Book Reviews – book review / guest post / giveaway
June 17 – The Bespectacled Mother – book review / guest post
June 18 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book review / author interview / giveaway
June 21 – Lisa's Reading – book review / guest post / giveaway
June 22 – Gina Rae Mitchell – book review / author interview / giveaway
June 23 – Splashes of Joy – book review / author interview / giveaway
June 24 - Bound 4 Escape – book review / giveaway
June 25 – Cheryl's Book Nook – book review / giveaway
 

Enter the Giveaway:


MIA AND THE HUMMINGBIRD Book Tour Giveaway

 


 

 




Comments

Shelly Peterson said…
Sounds like a good read.
Kari Lorraine said…
Great topic for a children's book.
Sunnymay said…
This looks like a delightful book about immigrants. Hummingbirds are fascinating.
megana said…
This would be great to read with the kids! Thank you for sharing!
Betty C said…
I think I would enjoy this as much as the kids.

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