Monica Russo & Kevin Byron
Chicago Review Press, 2015 (2015)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
f there's a youngster in the family who has shown an interest in bird watching, this book will enable the child to learn more about birds and their habits. Its many activities will also hone the observation skills of the young bird watcher.
pecial boxes located throughout the book encourage the child to '
' and there are also '
' and '
' activities. For example, one '
' activity explains how to find out what kind of seeds attract birds to the backyard. One of the '
' activities outlines how to find evidence that a bird has been hanging around a particular area.
he color photography that accompanies the narrative is excellent, while all the information on birds will make any youngster interested in birds far more knowledgeable than he/she is now. You'll also find a glossary, bird orders and scientific names, and a listing of bird and wildlife organizations here as well.
art of the
series, this book would be a great resource for teachers and parents who are home schooling their child or children.
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