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Birds of Prey

Series: First Q&A
By: Anna Claybourne(Author)
24 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Birds of Prey
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A little book packed full of answers to lots of questions kids ask, as well as some they haven't even thought of yet! Younger readers can find out everything from why kestrels perch near roads to which owl lives in a cactus. The fun questions are clearly answered and illustrations help explain things further. Cartoons help to keep kids hooked and extra-special facts entertain, while activity panels throughout provide tips on further learning.

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- Why eagles like the seaside
- Whether eagles can fly without flapping
- Which bird of prey eats ducks for dinner
- How a kite can eat a snail

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Series: First Q&A
By: Anna Claybourne(Author)
24 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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