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Robyn Boid: Architect

Robyn Boid is a bird who dreams of studying architecture. She is determined to uncover the secrets of designing and building the best, most perfect home for an egg. Robyn constructs pedestals, pagodas, parapets, towers, and turrets with speckled eggs hidden here and there for young audiences to discover. Grand replicas of over a dozen famous structures take shape, from Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow to the Sydney Opera House, all resplendently done in twigs.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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