Did you know that the tailorbird sews leaves together to make its nest? Or that hummingbird eggs are the size of jellybeans? Birds are some of the world's most beautiful and interesting creatures, and their nests and eggs are no exception, displaying a stunning diversity of shapes, sizes, functions, and materials. Also the creator of What We See in the Stars, Kelsey Oseid explores the fascinating ins and outs of where and how dozens of avian species—robins, crows, owls, macaws, penguins—make their homes and lay their eggs. Oseid's folksy paintings appear on nearly every page, and the book includes a glossary and suggestions for bird watchers.