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Bird Brainiacs Activity Journal and Log Book for Young Birders

By: Stacy Tornio(Author), Ken Keffer(Author), Rachel Riordan(Illustrator)
98 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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  • Bird Brainiacs ISBN: 9781943645053 Spiralbound May 2016 In stock
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Bird Brainiacs is an interactive high-engagement journal for children 8-13 who love birds, one that puts control of the experience in their hands. Throughout the pages, children are encouraged to write, draw, and give their opinions about anything and everything related to birds. Yet, this is done in the most fun (and sometimes even silly) ways. Here are some of the things you'll come across in Bird Brainiacs
- Quizzes
- Mad-Lib style fill-ins
- Personality questionnaires
- Game ideas
- "Would you rather?" scenarios
- Citizen science challenges
- Nature challenges
- Nature truth or dare
- ...and of course – bird facts and space to log their bird sightings

Bird Brainiacs combines the popularity of diaries and journals along with the important subject matter of getting kids outside and learning about birds. Children will learn things about themselves that they never knew, and it will be documented so they can look back on it for years to come. In addition, they will learn interesting facts and tidbits about the great outdoors.

35% of the net proceeds from the sale of Bird Brainiacs goes directly to support projects at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, including children's educational and community programs.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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By: Stacy Tornio(Author), Ken Keffer(Author), Rachel Riordan(Illustrator)
98 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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