Mia and the Hummingbird

by Nancy Carlisle

“An inspirational story! The juxtaposition of the hummingbird’s struggle with Mia’s struggles is unique and I feel that kids will be able to relate to it.” – Reader in a 5-Star Review

Mia and the Hummingbird is the story of a young girl who immigrates to a new country and learns to accept a new life.She sees the hummingbird building her nest for her babies and thinks that she and the bird are similar as they learn to adapt to their new homes. Mia and the Hummingbird includes information about environmental and social reasons for immigration, the struggle to adapt to a new home and information about hummingbirds.

Included is a glossary about these issues, a bibliography, and references.

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About the Author

Nancy Carlisle is an author, illustrator and retired architect and manager. She writes hopeful books for kids that interweave facts and fiction about the environment and global responsibility.

During her 38 year career, as an architect and researcher, her focus was on the environment. She led work nationally and internationally on sustainable and energy efficient buildings and communities and won awards for collaboratively designing award-winning sustainable buildings, a laboratory campus, and as part of a team to develop a program to improve the energy efficiency of laboratories in the U.S.

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MIA AND THE HUMMINGBIRD Spotlight Book Tour Giveaway

5 thoughts on “Mia and the Hummingbird

  1. If anyone wants a book that will help them recreate the good feelings you get around Thanksgiving, then this one’s for you! Spread the word to friends!

  2. Nancy, I enjoyed following the tour and learning about your book, which sounds like an excellent children’s book and has a very nice cover! Good luck with your book and I hope the tour was a success! Thanks for brining your book to my attention and have a spectacular holiday season!

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