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The Birds' Wedding

By: Bryna Hellmann(Author), Leslie Browne(Illustrator)
46 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
The Birds' Wedding
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  • The Birds' Wedding ISBN: 9789491872594 Paperback Jul 2014 In stock
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This is two books inside one cover. The story of The Birds’ Wedding is for reading aloud – perhaps at bedtime, since it ends with “Good Night!”. It’s a fantasy, of course, but even though the wedding guests are wearing hats and playing musical instruments, they look the way they do in real life.

The second part, Looking at Birds, is about lots of other birds, how they look, sing and make their nests, what they eat, where they live and what we call them. This part is for children who can read for themselves and for parents who want to answer their kids’ questions. We hope it’s fun to read and will encourage children to look for the birds where they live, recognize them, know their names and care about their well-being.

Because we “have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moves upon the earth”, we’re responsible for the well-being of all the living creatures we share our planet with. We depend on them as much as they depend on us. A world without birds would be a sad place.

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By: Bryna Hellmann(Author), Leslie Browne(Illustrator)
46 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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