The image provided here is an example of what the meat of the book is like. The pages show the actual size of the eggs, some of the variety of colors and shades that the eggs come in (if applicable), the nesting habits of the birds, the clutch size, the incubation time (if known), and which parent does the incubation (if known).
It truly is fascinating to flip through the book and see the variety of eggs. Additionally, there are a few pages in the beginning which tell about eggs in general, various nesting habits, and a few other odds and ends.
I think that this is an excellent book to get whether you are interested the eggs of a particular bird, or if you are simply curious about eggs in general. It has my official stamp of approval. :)