1 edition of Backyard bird book for kids found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
My grandkids all loved The Little Book of Backyard Bird Songs so much. Customer Reviews: This book has beautiful full page color photos of birds with some great information.
Good pictures, explanations and not too much info. Fran lives with her husband in Portland, Oregon. Vibrant photographs and illustrations highlight what to look for, with notes on habitat, voice, food, and more. The Peterson Identification System has been called the greatest invention since binoculars. Even our 2 year old, Theo, gets into it!
Discover the birds that live all around us!
Amstutz What does a mourning dove look like? reads for your preschoolers to enjoy when you are teaching a bird theme in your classroom. From city birds the Ruby Throated Hummingbird to desert birds the Red-tailed Hawkkids of all ages will learn about Backyard bird book for kids and not-so-common birds, with detailed diagrams and illustrations. Each bird has it's own page with facts about it and a very detailed illustration of what it looks like. They come in all shapes, sizes, and colors.
Lessons From a Doggie Written by: Chalaine Kilduff Illustrated by: Sally Brodermann ISBN: 978-1-953177-94-0 Pages: 40 The Secret Words Written by: Dominic Anglim Illustrated by: Marta Magnuska ISBN: 978-1-953177-01-8 Thank You Thank You Thank You Written by: Melissa Peck Illustrated by: Kendall Antosh ISBN: 978-1-953177-02-5• Be on the lookout for them as you take a walk in the city park, visit a garden or nature spot, or go down to the water's edge by the river or lake.
Branding options may be limited or unavailable based on product design or cover artwork. Now become a young ornithologist. Be on the lookout for them as you take a walk in the city park, visit a garden or nature spot, or go down to the water's edge by the river or lake.
by Dianna Hutts Aston Nests are noisy, filled with babies.
If you have a bird-friendly yard, some birds may visit your backyard all year round, and others may come and go with the seasons.
Pressing the button bearing the portrait of the bird being read about activates the common sound that particular bird makes.
The Peterson Identification System has been called the greatest invention since binoculars.
Whether you live in a small town or in the heart of a large city, "My Backyard Bird Book" will help your child to become a bird expert or even a "Junior Backyard Ornithologist" in no time! Read an Excerpt Do pigeons poke around on the roof of the buildings next door to you? Preschoolers can discover where birds live, what they eat, what their nests look like.