By Richard Jackson,Katherine Tillotson
What sails? What flies? Those…these, Down low, within sight, remote, up high.
Who listens? Who appears to be like? Who hears? Who sees?
An homage to the melodies of evening, to every critter that sings, hoots, or glows, All Ears, All Eyes takes us on a moonlit trip the place the panorama shimmers with Fantasia-like good looks. the place in case you glance and hear, chances are you'll undercover agent an owl, a deer, a chipmunk—or—what else!—before falling asleep.
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All Ears, All Eyes by Richard Jackson,Katherine Tillotson