The Eagle | Picture Book
An overachieving schoolgirl is doing a report on eagles, and no ordinary report will do. Knowing that an eagle flies near her house, she puts on rabbit ears and plays dead, tricking the eagle into carrying her to its nest. When the girl’s rabbit ears fall off, the eagle is mad about being duped out of a meal. Luckily the girl is well versed in eagleology, and she flatters the eagle with interesting interview questions. The eagle, having always wanted to be interviewed, is eager to impress. But things get out of hand when the eagle insists on teaching the girl how to fly. Written by award-winning storyteller Stephen Gashler, “The Eagle” is a favorite among children and parents, packed with beautiful illustrations and guaranteed laughs.