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Have You Seen Mary?

By: Jeff Kurrus(Author), Michael Forsberg(Illustrator)
44 pages, 40 colour photos
Have You Seen Mary?
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"...and the sky blackened with dark, gray bodies. In the blurry confusion, John lost Mary." So begins Have You Seen Mary? a fictional account of one sandhill crane's faithful search during spring migration for his lost mate. Set on Nebraska's Platte River, Jeff Kurrus weaves a tender story of love while also teaching us about these majestic birds. Supported with wondrous colour photographs taken by Michael Forsberg, Have You Seen Mary? will appeal to all ages for its ability to entertain as well as educate readers about sandhill cranes.

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Jeff Kurrus is the editor of the award-winning wildlife publication NEBRASKAland magazine. He lives in Gretna, Nebraska, with his wife, Laura, and two-year-old daughter Madeline.

Michael Forsberg is an internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer, the author of On Ancient Wings: The Sandhill Cranes of North America, and the coauthor of Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild. He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his wife, Patty, and their two daughters, Elsa and Emme.

By: Jeff Kurrus(Author), Michael Forsberg(Illustrator)
44 pages, 40 colour photos
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