By: Mike Unwin(Author), Sarah Whittley(Author), Rachel Lockwood(Illustrator)
48 pages, colour illustrations
A beautiful picture book about garden birds that will appeal to families with young children. Rachel Lockwood's wonderful illustrations will delight children aged from two to seven, and will help them to discover and identify the most common birds in their everyday surroundings. Each bird is introduced on a right-hand page in an illustration where it is partly obscured or turned away from the viewer. The text gives some clues and invites readers to guess the bird's identity. The reader then turns the page to find out more.
"'A beautiful picture book that will appeal to children aged 2 to 7 and will help them identify common birds in their everyday surroundings."
- Publishing News
This beautifully illustrated book by the RSPB is a lovely way to introduce younger juniors to the UK's birds."
- Scholastic's Junior Education, April 2007
"It is a good first introduction to the delights of garden birds."
– Birds (September 2006)
"An excellent introduction to the wildlife in your back yard"
– Books for Keeps (Summer 2006)
"'We've all gone bird-tastic in our house thanks to this cheery identifier.'"
– Families South East (June 2006)
"The perfect introduction to the hobby, for budding twitchers aged 4-8."
– The Good Book Guide (September 2006)
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