Tour the animal kingdom from a crow’s point of view in this whimsical mix of science and poetry. The rhyming story and beautiful illustrations of Pacific Northwest wildlife make this a fun read-aloud for the whole family.
"A gorgeously illustrated, poetic romp through nature that will inspire young readers to be better wildlife observers. Perfect for one-on-one and small group sharing"
- School Library Journal
“Exceptionally well written . . . wonderfully embellished with the beautiful illustrations of Pacific Northwest wildlife . . . a fun read-aloud experience for the whole family and an enduringly popular addition to preschool, elementary school, and community library picture book collections”
- Midwest Book Review
"Thor Hanson's writing style is flowing and poetic, which makes it fun to read aloud. Hanson is a biologist who has transferred his adult knowledge about the animal kingdom to this beautiful book for young readers."
- The Write Question blog
Montana Public Radio
"Bartholomew Quill is a beautiful story that will leave children to dream about other fictional connections with Mother Nature."
- Unleashing Readers blog
"My children love this book."
- Mommy has to Work blog
". . . a fabulous addition to any child's bookshelf."
- Outnumbered 3 to 1 blog
“With charming prose and engaging imagery, readers and listeners alike will enjoy this delightful and educational romp . . . children will learn about the wild animals that share their world, and come to appreciate a most familiar
bird, the crow.”
- John Marzluff, author of Gifts of the Crow