Top Ten Tuesday: 9-4-2024: Freebie (Pigeons)

Top Ten Tuesday: 9-4-2024: Freebie (Pigeons)

Evening all!

Top Ten Tuesday, Pink, Cute, Hearts

A very rainy welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday! Today is a freebie and I decided to go for a theme of my own! Pigeons!

I got a good reason for that one! We have had pigeon/dove couple around for a while now, each year they are getting a bit more used to me, and apparently they decided to grace my standing birdhouse with a nest. I was working in the garden (it is that time), had seen the pigeons around and thought they were just searching from some left-over seeds so I thought I would check out the birdhouse to see if I should replenish things. Instead of an empty birdhouse I saw a few twigs and a small white egg. So my hubby and I are now trying to stay away as much as we can from the birdhouse, but we do have to pass it at times if we want to get to the shed for our bicycles, but that is all. We already put the garbage cans at the front of the house so we don’t have to go back and forth for that. And I guess gardening is going to have to wait. Now I am found birdwatching quite a bit! I really hope that they are able to hatch that egg! I would love to see the baby bird + see flying lessons.

So today I thought I would make a fun post all about those pigeons! I got some really cute and fun (and one sad) books for you today and I hope you all enjoy them!

Here is the promised picture of the pigeon/dove, sorry for the blurriness I don’t want to disturb them too much.


What is TTT?

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

Each week on Tuesday there is a topic and it is up to the bloggers to find books that fit that topic! It can be 10 books, but you can also do less. You may even do your own spin to it to make it more unique or to have it work better for yourself.

A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching by Rosemary Mosco
Real Pigeons Fight Crime by Andrew McDonald + Ben Wood, Pigeons, saving the day, children's books
Pigeon P.I. by Meg McLaren

De duif die niet kon duikenby Edward van de Vendel, Alain Verster
Gary by Leila Rudge, Pigeon on a basket
How to Heal a Broken Wing by Bob Graham, Boy in the middle of a crowd holding a pigeon
The Pigeon Has Feelings, Too! by Mo Williams, Angry Pigeon
Perfect Pigeons by Katherine Battersby, Pigeons with one of them wearing glasses and a scarf
Don't Feed the Coos! by Jonathan Stutzman, Heather Fox, Pigeons and a shocked kid, picture book

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