The New York Times Sunday Book Review urges it's readers to "do yourself a favor by reading Blechman's charming book. For once, a subtitle that doesn't exaggerate!" Check it out.
The Washington Post calls Pigeons "playful," "memorable" and "brimming with trivia about the importance of pigeons throughout history." Read it here.
Salon calls Pigeons "consistently engaging, surprising ... entertaining, and eye-opening ... The author's enthusiasm for his subject starts flying right off the page." Read it here.
The New York Times calls Pigeons "amiable ... and engaging." Review on front page of the Arts Section. Read it here.
Pigeons is featured and extensively quoted on ABC News.com. Read it here.
Borders Books selects author Andrew D. Blechman and his book Pigeons for its national "Original Voices" front-of-store promotion.
Esquire Magazine's "Answer Fella" tackles Pigeons and all things "Blechman." Read it here.
The Philadelphia Inquirer calls Pigeons "incredibly fascinating ... all-encompassing ... and often surprising." Read it here.
The CEO of Mozilla calls Pigeons “Fun to read, and lots about both the historical and current culture of pigeon-lovers that I had no idea at all about.” Read it here.
The Boston Globe's David Mehegan profiles author Andrew D. Blechman and his book Pigeons. Read it here.
The San Francisco Bay Guardian calls author Andrew Blechman an "hilarious" storyteller with "no shortage of funny adventures." Read it here.
Metro New York interviews author Andrew D. Blechman about New York City's iconic bird. Read it here.
New Jersey's Packet Publications profile Princeton native Andrew D. Blechman. Read it here.
The Humane Society of the United States heartily recommends Pigeons to its membership. "Pigeons: An interview with Andrew Blechman." Read it here.
The Boston Globe calls Pigeons "energetic" and "entertainingly quixotic" and encourages readers to "share the love." Read it here.
Time Magazine's Michael Lemonick praises Pigeons. Read it here.
Audubon Magazine picks Pigeons as it's "Editor's Choice," and calls the book "a quick and thoroughly entertaining read." Check it out.
Publishers Weekly calls Pigeons "enjoyable ... informative ... and entertaining." Read it here.
The San Diego Union-Tribune calls Pigeons "surprisingly satisfying. Unabashed curiosity fuels the book ... Blechman is a talented observer and a light-on-his feet writer." Read it here.
Natural Resources Defense Council reviews Pigeons in OnEarth Magazine, calling it "breezy... and engaging." Read it here.
Martin Manley, CEO of bookseller Alibris rethinks his pigeon biases and celebrates the "Triumph of Philoperisterons". Read it here.
The Associated Press calls Pigeons "surprising ... impressive ... and well-reported." Read it here.
The Washington City Paper says, "Blechman puts forth a good argument for the glorification of these winged beasts... but I say, if you're lonely, buy a parakeet." Read it here.
Time Out New York praises "Blechman's keen eye ... and intriguing reassessment of the often-loathed bird." Read it here.
Time Out Chicago calls Blechman "adroit ... and breezy with his prose." Read it here.
Columbia University Magazine calls alum Andrew Blechman's Pigeons "richly instructive and delightful." Read it here.
The Berkshire Eagle profiles local author Andrew D. Blechman. Read it here.
The New York Post pays homage to the Big Apple's "Official Bird" and the book Pigeons. Read it here.
Reuters interviews pigeon author Andrew Blechman. New York Times: "As Feathers Fly in Pigeon Wars, One Friend Emerges" Read it here.
The New York Sun interviews Andrew Blechman on New York City's "pigeon crisis." Read it here.
The St. Paul Pioneer-Press interviews Andrew Blechman about the city's attempts to be on the cutting edge of humane pigeon control. Read it here.
The Star Legder (NJ) interviews author Andrew Blechman about "pigeon beauty pageants." Read it here.
Author Andrew Blechman discusses Pigeons on Campaign for the American Reader. Read it here.
Pigeons comes to Canada. The Montreal Gazette takes on the "scruffy sky rat." Read about it here.
Bookgasm.com praises Pigeons as, "the kind of non-fiction book I love best: one that takes an entirely bizarro subject matter, immerses itself into the world, and has a shitload of fun doing it." Curledup.com calls Pigeons "capitvating."
Chronogram praises Pigeons as "curiously compelling. Through strong reporting skills, a keen eye for quirky details and a breezy writing style, Blechman transforms the loathsome urban scavengers known as "rats with wings" into majestic and storied creatures more properly called by their formal name, rock doves." Read it here.
The book Pigeons and heroic birds of war discussed on Smithsonian.com
Andrew Blechman discusses pigeons with Leonard Lopate on WNYC