Chris Deatherage, who is the designer of my web-site, patriciayoungquist.com, and the formatter of my Words In Our Beak book series posted a copy of the cartoon atop today's blog entry on one of his social media venues. In his posting, he stated, "These people (in the cartoon) should read WORDS IN OUR BEAK, VOLUME THREE wherein Cam, our female cardinal narrator, teaches readers several ways to winterize an outdoor garden."
I am happy to announce that Chris and I have now received our copies of volume three and it appears that the publisher has corrected their errors!
The book (pictured below) looks great and with the winter season upon us, I encourage gardeners to heed Chris's opinion, "... read WORDS IN OUR BEAK, VOLUME THREE wherein Cam, our female cardinal narrator, teaches readers several ways to winterize an outdoor garden."
Winterizing an urban garden is a only one portion the story within this volume of the series. As the front flap of this book (seen in the image below) states,
"In this volume, Cam describes two methods for winterizing an urban garden as well as her interactions with some new diners at TLLG"s bird feeders. She also clues the reader into why birds seem to 'hide' in their surroundings.
"Visit one last time with Cam as she chronicles the habits of her avian community, what it is like to spend time in this special urban garden, and why — for all the hazards of bird life and garden greenery — New York City is still the place to live."
Words In Our Beak, Volume Three is currently available on Amazon, but it can also be order by any bookstore if you give the title and/or ISBN which is 978099637853.
Additionally, the following is the purchase info for volumes one and two:
Volume One: ISBN: 9780996378529