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A World of Birds With 74 Birds from across the Globe

By: Vicky Woodgate(Author)
96 pages, colour illustrations
A World of Birds
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A World of Birds will take readers on a flying visit round the world, scouring the seven continents for the biggest, brightest and best birds on the planet. Urban Jungle creator Vicky Woodgate perfectly captures the brilliance of the bird world, each chapter taking us to a new continent and introducing birds from hummingbirds to hawks, and parrots to penguins. With a vintage travelogue feel, vibrant artwork and fascinating annotations, it is a book that will appeal to wildlife lovers of all ages.

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Vicky Woodgate has been illustrating for over 10 years. Having studied design and illustration at Chelsea Art School, she found herself working within the TV, film and theme-park industry as a scenic artist. After 10 years, she moved into publishing, working on newspapers, magazines, books and advertising. Vicky has always had a passion for wildlife, and loves travelling, writing and drawing maps. She is based in Brighton, UK.

By: Vicky Woodgate(Author)
96 pages, colour illustrations
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