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Saturday, February 27, 2016

Orange Roses

Cam (my visiting cardinal as well as co-author) and I are at work on volume two of our book series, Words In Our Beak. Volume two will include some cool facts about the dark-eyed junco, which is the bird type seen in the first image accompanying this Blogger post.

This picture, and all the other pictures in today's Blogger entry were taken in my urban (New York City) garden. 
Moreover they were all included in volume one of Words In Our Beak, (available in Apple's iBooks Store as well as in Amazon's ePub books department). Additionally, Words In Our Beak Volume One has been reviewed on Goodreads and information relating to it is availavble on NPR's WNYC's A New York Values Vision Board!

In the book Cam stated: 
"In addition to yellow and red roses, the other rose type that grows in TLLG's garden is orange."

And Cam writes "I have read that orange roses were seen as a bridge between friendship symbolized by yellow roses and love represented by red roses.I don't know how true this is, I happen to like the color of orange roses as it is in the color range of my beak. The dark-eyed junco . . . "

ADENMENDUM: The digital versions of Volume One within the Words In Our Beak book series that are mentioned in this entry (via the link) may only remain available for a limited time, but a hardcover version of Volume One can be found wherever books are sold.

Moreover, Volume Two of the book series is now available! Both volumes one and two are in hardcover format (as seen below) and can be purchased any place where books are sold.

Here's the purchase info for the hardcover versions of the Words In Our Beak book series:

Volume One: ISBN: 9780996378529:
Book Seller Info:
Barnes & Noble On-Line:
book culture On Columbus:

Volume Two: ISBN: 9780996378536
Book Seller Info:
Barnes & Noble On-Line:

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