Children's Encyclopedia of Birds
Set off on an extraordinary tour of the world of birds - from powerful eagles and flocking flamingos, to beautiful hummingbirds and clever corvids. This comprehensive visual encyclopedia brings together cutting-edge knowledge and awe-inspiring ideas with clarity and accuracy. Learn about an osprey's natural swimming goggles, how gentoo penguins can recognise the calls of their own chicks and how birds evolved from feathered dinosaurs.
Children's Encyclopedia of Birds includes stunning photography of many bird species, pointing out their vibrant plumage and distinctive characteristics. Alongside these pictures are amazing facts about their anatomy and behaviour. This book supports the key stage 2 (KS2) curriculum and is great for home learning.
A brilliant guide for kids aged 8+. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Arcturus Children's Reference Library series uses stunning photography, fabulous facts and useful diagrams to introduce a variety of subjects - from the animal kingdom to space. Great to dip into, these reference guides are a staple for any child's bookshelf.