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Make Your Own Birds of Prey Includes Four Amazing Press-Out Models

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By: Joe Fullman(Author), Kate Slater(Illustrator), David Woodroffe(Contributor)
8 pages, colour illustrations
Make Your Own Birds of Prey
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  • Make Your Own Birds of Prey ISBN: 9781789503609 Hardback Aug 2020 Usually dispatched within 1 week
    £8.99
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About this book

This wonderful press-out model book includes 4 magnificent birds of prey, ranging from the swiftest fliers to the quietest hunters. These spectacular models are easy-to-construct, slotting together with no gluing or cutting required. Inside you will also find intriguing facts about each bird, alongside beautiful full-colour illustrations, making this an ideal reference guide too.

Includes:
- Bald eagle
- Barn owl
- Bearded vulture
- Peregrine Falcon

Perfect for craft-lovers or avian enthusiasts looking for sturdy and sophisticated models to build.

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Biography

Joe Fullman is a non-fiction author with more than 60 titles to his name on subjects ranging from geography, history and science to music, cooking and maps. He is based in London.

David Woodroffe is an experienced freelance illustrator and paper engineer living in the United Kingdom who has contributed artwork to a wide range of media companies over the past 30 years, from magazine and book publishers to advertising agencies.

Kate Slater is a freelance illustrator and designer. She works predominantly in collage and mixed media, although more recently, she's been experimenting with ink too. While Kate mostly illustrates children's books and magazines she has produced work for all sorts of clients, including advertising and editorial, and has a growing business creating her own range of stationery, wrapping paper and homeware.

New
By: Joe Fullman(Author), Kate Slater(Illustrator), David Woodroffe(Contributor)
8 pages, colour illustrations
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