Flyaway: How A Wild Bird Rehabber Sought Adventure And Found Her Wings

Rare Advance Review Copy

by
Publisher HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
Year 2009
Edition FIRST
Printing FIRST - REVIEW COPY
Pages 340
Binding Softcover
Condition Fine
49.95
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HarperCollins Publishers, 2009. FIRST EDITION, first printing UNCORRECTED PROOF stated "Not for Sale." Excellent condition, cover has color photograph not used in the eventual release - unique rare illustrated soft cover. Scarce advance reading copy supplied by publisher for reviews, etc, prior to release. "A bird rehabilitation specialist describes her experiences with assisting injured animals and the impact of her work on her family life, in an account that remembers the special birds she helped, her relationships with fellow rehabilitators, and the life lessons she learned throughout the course of her career. Portions of this page Copyright 1995 - 2009 Muze Inc. A volunteer gig at a local animal hospital quickly develops into a life-encompassing passion in this memoir by a wild-bird rehabilitator. Suzie Gilbert relates the story of how she transformed her home into a recovery center for injured pigeons, crows, owls, hawks, and many other creatures, with the reluctant cooperation of her skeptical family." 340 pages.