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Birds of a Feather Press Out and Learn About 10 Beautiful Birds

By: Lauren Fairgrieve(Author), Kate Read(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Birds of a Feather
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  • Birds of a Feather ISBN: 9781839942723 Hardback Sep 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
Price: £12.99
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In this gorgeous gift book, create your own beautiful 3D birds before discovering fascinating facts about each species.

Press out pieces and slot them together to create 10 different irresistible feathered friends. After finishing your 3D flock, either hang the birds of a feather as stunning decorations or press them back into the sturdy board pages and hardback binding to be used again and again. Then turn to the back of the book to pore over 22 richly illustrated pages with dazzling full-colour nature scenes alongside a gently informative text to treasure.

Covering everything from habitats and diets to myths and legends, this is a stylish, joyful introduction to a variety of European birds.

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Lauren Fairgrieve is an editor and writer who grew up in rural East Lothian, Scotland, and now lives in North London. She can often be found roaming Hampstead Heath or exploring a new part of the city, and is very proud and grateful to be able to edit and write fascinating children's non-fiction for a living.

By: Lauren Fairgrieve(Author), Kate Read(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Nosy Crow
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