Shepherd's Derelict, front cover of book

Eaglet’s World

A gentle story of one little eagle who outgrows his space and faces his fear of change. It’s a story for any child who must face something new, something that seems scary because it has never been experienced before.


Albert Whitman & Co.


Evelyn Minshull


This is a BEAUTIFUL book!

I read it to my first graders to begin our animals unit in science. It is written from the point of view of the baby eaglet and how he experiences the world. The students and I really enjoyed it!!

A Great Book on Many Levels!

Eaglet’s World is a wonderful book about both the hatching of an eaglet, and what it might feel like to “launch” out into the world. Children and adults can relate to this idea, as well as become informed about the birth to flight life of an eagle! Grand illustrations as well and memorable story.

Beautifully illustrated look at an eagle family

The lovely text has an appealing poetic rhythm. And it’s superbly complemented by the joyous, beautiful illustrations. Overall, a children’s book that effectively celebrates and educates about the beauty of nature.

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