IllustrationOver 25 illustrations and 100 stickers
Biblio NotesThere are thousands of different birds all over the world. From the familiar pigeon, eagle and robin to the more exotic red bird of paradise, fiery-throated fruiteater and black-chested snake eagle, children will jump at the chance to discover more about these creatures. Simple captions on interactive pages present all the fascinating facts, such as which bird has the longest wingspan, and why the scarlet ibis is red. The stickers are reusable, so children can repeat the process time and time again, or use them to make their own sticker books and games. Learn all about the different types of bird - with fantastic reusable easy-to-peel stickers Have fun finding out about birds in the interactive pages - discover which is the biggest, the smallest, and which one has the loudest song Explore the diverse world of these feathered friends, from songbirds, sparrows, kingfishers, kestrels, woodpeckers and owls, to ostriches, pelicans, parrots, penguins and hummingbirds Learn which birds cannot fly, which can speak, and which bird flies halfway around the globe every year With fun themes to explore, children will enjoy spotting the differences and similarities between the species, as they decide which sticker goes where Expertly illustrated by leading natural history artists An imprint of Anness Publishing Ltd. www.annesspublishing.com; email@example.com Armadillo is distributed in the UK by Book Trade Services, Blaby Road, Wigston, Leicester LE18 4SE. Tel: +44 0116 275 9060; Fax: +44 0116 275 9090 email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For any special sales or translation information contact Paul Anness on email@example.com
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