What books did John J Audubon write?
HE wrote, or shared in writing, atleast three books (the last only partially completed before his death)
Birds of America (1827)
Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America (2 vols., 1842-1845)
He died at his family home on January 27, 1851. Audubon is buried, close to the location of his home, in the graveyard at the Church of the Intercession in the Trinity Churchyard Cemetery and Mausoleum at 155th Street and Broadway in Manhattan. After several years of illness, Audubon suffered a slight stroke in January 1851, followed by partial paralysis and great pain, and died on the 27th.
John James Audobon was an artist and studied birds. He painted beautiful and realistic birds by using a type of grid to make sure the proportions were right. He compiled 435 works of art together in Birds of America. He also wrote Kentucky Sports where he talks about a frontiersman's skill with a rifle. He is well known for his studies of birds.
She has written 7 Harry Potter books, and 3 books for Comic Relief (Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and Tales of Beedle Bard). Those are all the books she has published, she may have written others though. At the moment, she is working on the Harry Potter Encyclopedia.
Joan Howard has written: 'The taming of giants' 'The story of John J. Audubon' -- subject(s): In library 'The oldest secret' 'Uncle Sylvester' 'Quillenback for fire chief' -- subject(s): Protected DAISY 'The light in the tower' -- subject(s): In library 'The story of Mark Twain' 'Quillenback for fire chief'