Item description for Extraordinary Chickens by Stephen Green-Armytage...
Overview More than 160 photographs, most in full-color, accompanied by detailed commentary, capture the unusual world of exotic ornamental chickens, documenting breeds of all sizes, shapes, and colors that range from the Bearded Silkie and crested Polish to the Phoenix, whose tail feathers can exceed ten feet in length.
Publishers Description An introduction to the world of exotic ornamental chickens. The book contains photographs of chickens of all shapes and sizes, including the Bearded Silkie, the crested Polish and the majestic Phoenix.
Citations And Professional Reviews Extraordinary Chickens by Stephen Green-Armytage has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Library Journal - 11/15/2000 page 88
New York Times - 01/21/2001 page 19
Scitech Book News - 09/01/2001 page 124
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Studio: Harry N. Abrams
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 9.25" Height: 10.25" Weight: 1.7 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2000
Publisher Harry N. Abrams
ISBN 0810933438 ISBN13 9780810933439
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 21, 2016 05:24.
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More About Stephen Green-Armytage
Besides chickens and pigs, Stephen Green-Armytage has photographed well-known politicians, athletes, and other celebrities. His work has appeared in numerous periodicals, including "Sports Illustrated," "Life," "Fortune," " Smithsonian," and "Good Housekeeping." He is the author and photographer of many Abrams books, including "Extraordinary Chickens, ""Dudley: The Little Terrier That Could," and "Extra Extraordinary Chickens." He lives in New York City.
Stephen Green-Armytage currently resides in New York City, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Extraordinary Chickens?
The chicken as art... Jul 5, 2007
This hefty little book is a surprise on every page. I've always known chickens were beautiful, as all fowl, poultry and gamebirds are. But these lovely macros of the breed standards are really just incredible, from a fellow writer/photographer's point of view. Whatever your interest in these birds, be it a curiosity or a hobby, you will love this book.
I also like the size. Easy to find on my overloaded bookshelves. So kudos to Mr. Green-Armytage, for a job well done. Chickens aren't the most cooperative subjects for a photo shoot. I just wonder how many hours to photograph plus travel time he has into this!
What a colorful book Jan 4, 2007
My dad raised chickens all of his life. He had many breeds and varieties. He no longer has the chickens and when I saw this book I thought he would enjoy it. I gave it to him for Christmas and when he opened it he looked through it right away and said, "Maybe I need to get some chickens again." The pictures are great. Everyone at the party enjoyed the book and I know my dad will enjoy it over and over again.
beautiful pictures Nov 14, 2006
Even though it did not have lots and lots of facts, the pictures make this book well worth buying.
Love Chickens! Aug 1, 2006
Beautiful photographs and interesting information. Great coffee table book! A book you can enjoy for years to come and a great conversation starter!!!
Lots of beautifull pics and great info! Jul 15, 2006
It's really amazing the amount of pictures with full details! I found it lovable! The amount of information it has it IS enough and great! If you don't know anything about chickens or don't know how many diferent kind of breed are in the world, this book it's perfect.It gives you everything you need to know straight to the point! And for those that love chickens it's a perfect addition to their books collection!