The Extraordinary World of Birds (The Magic and Mystery of Nature)
by David Lindo,Claire McElfatrick
Journey through the skies with this beautifully illustrated bird book for children!
Parrots, hummingbirds, eagles and more, swoop across the pages of this colorful bird book, featuring illustrations and photographs to immerse young nature enthusiasts in the extraordinary world of
Discover the surprising homes, relationships, and habitats of our feathered friends, and learn about how we can protect the wonderful bird world.
Within its pages, you will find:
-Fascinating and detailed information about birds, making it a perfect classroom read
-A glossary of bird terminology and full list of national birds
-Detailed illustrations and photographs of all things bird - beaks, feathers, nests, eggs, habitats and more!
-Fun and surprising facts that will make you want to learn more
Discover the wondrous world of birds!
Also known as the Urban Birder, author David Lindo's engaging text will show children just how amazing birds are, what they do for our planet, and how we can help to protect birds and their natural habitats. This book shows that birding can be accessible to all, inspiring even city-dwellers to engage with birds in urban environments.
Accompanied by enchanting illustrations of bird families including gamebirds, flightless birds, and perching birds, are amazing facts about how birds talk to each other, what they eat, and how they are able to fly.
From frozen ice-scapes to sweltering deserts, from prehistoric ancestors to amazing adaptations, explore the surprising homes, relationships, and habits of our feathered friends.
For the bird watchers of the future, this is the perfect bird identification book for kids to encourage their interest in the animal planet, and learn how to conserve it.
Explore the natural world in its entirety!
The Extraordinary World of Birds is the most recent title in the breathtaking series that contains The Magic and Mystery of Trees, The Book of Brilliant Bugs, and Earth's Incredible Oceans.