Author(s): National Geographic
This adorable reference introduces young readers to birds of all kinds: big andsmall, flyers and swimmers, colorful and plain. They ll find backyard favorites, such as robins and cardinals and be introduced to moreunique species that inhabit rain forests and deserts around the world. Birdbehaviors kids can relate to, including singing, dancing, building, swimming, anddiving, reveal fascinating insights into the avian world. More than 100 colorfulphotos are paired with profiles of each bird, along with facts about the creatures'sizes, diets, homes, and more. This charming book will quickly become a favorite atstorytime, bedtime, and any other time."
"Really interesting and encourages great conversation between you and your child. A fun book for any family to explore." "--The Children's Nook "blog Featuring fun, short entries about planets, stars, galaxies and more, this charming book is perfect for reading aloud or for beginning readers to enjoy themselves. --Today's Zaman "
CATHERINE D. HUGHES is the author of"National Geographic Little Kids First Big" "Book of Animals," "National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs," andis the science editor for the award-winning"National Geographic Kids"and"National""Geographic Little Kids"magazines. She has a master's degree in early childhoodeducation. Award-winning author DAVID A. AGUILAR is widely recognized for his ability tocommunicate the wonderment of science to enthusiasts of all ages. David'sartwork has been featured on the History Channel's series "The Universe,""Time" magazine, "CNN, USA Today, National Geographic, Astronomy, "and more. Hisother books include"Planets, Stars Galaxies"and"13 Planets.""