For young bird-watchers and enthusiasts of the natural world comes a unique, surprising and beautifully illustrated non-fiction picture book about these fascinating birds.
Whatever the changing seasons and evolving world presents to the crow, they use their adaptability, discerning memory and crafty problem-solving techniques to overcome every possible hurdle. Young readers will be bowled over by these unassuming creatures they come across every day, and will find a new-found respect for the birds that are smart, clever, crafty and playful, just like them. This original and accessible Nature Storybook will astonish children and grown-ups alike and will be a book to remember and share with friends.


Chris Butterworth is the author of over seventy books, mostly non-fiction, and has written on subjects as diverse as disasters, hiccoughs, basketball and snakes. She has written a number of non-fiction titles for Walker, including The Things that I LOVE about TREES, illustrated by Charlotte Voake, Where Do Clothes Come From? and the winner of the American Farm Bureau's Book of the Year, Lunchbox: The Story of Your Food, both illustrated Lucia Gaggiotti.
Olivia Lomenech Gill is a fine artist and illustrator. She worked with Michael and Clare Morpurgo on Where My Wellies Take Me, shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway medal, illustrated the new edition of J. K. Rowling's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and, most recently, Medusa, written by Jessie Burton. Find her online at and as @olivia_lomenech_gill on Instagram.

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