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The Children's Book of Birds By Olive Thorne Miller
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The Children's Book of Birds by Olive Thorne Miller; With 16 colored plates and many other Illustrations. The Children's Book of Birds combines under a single cover the First and Second Books of... More > Birds, originally published in 1899 and 1901 respectively and still popular with children in and out of school and with other beginners in the study of birds. The book is intended to interest young people in the ways and habits of birds and to stimulate them to further study. It has grown out of my experience in talking to schools. From the youngest kindergarten scholar to boys and girls of sixteen and eighteen, I have never failed to find young people intensely interested so long as I would tell them about bow the birds live. Some of the results of these talks that have come to my knowledge have been astonishing and far-reaching, such as that of one boy of seven or eight, who persuaded the village boys around his summer home to give up taking eggs and killing birds, and watch them instead.< Less
The Burgess Bird Book for Children By Thornton W. Burgess
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Birds By Just Pictures
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This coffee table book for adults and children is a wonderful collection of high-quality images produced by a series of professional photographers. Please note that this book contains no text,... More > information or facts only an unique selection of medium sized images that portray the subject.< Less
The Burgess Bird Book for Children (Illustrated) By Thornton W. Burgess
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Its primary purpose is to interest the little child in, and to make him acquainted with, those feathered friends he is most likely to see. Because there is no method of approach to the child mind... More > equal to the story, this method of conveying information has been adopted. So far as I am aware the book is unique in this respect. In its preparation an earnest effort has been made to present as far as possible the important facts regarding the appearance, habits and characteristics of our feathered neighbors. It is intended to be at once a story book and an authoritative handbook. While it is intended for little children, it is also for older children as well.< Less
Bird Children The Little Playmates of the Flower Children By Elizabeth Gordon
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The Book of Birds By Holly Kaltner
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Discover facts about 15 different species of birds with 15 colorful pictures included.
Disco Bird By Kitty Edwards
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A Disco Bird Adventure
The Bird with the Blues! By Ali Smythe
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A colorful and fun picture book aimed at children between 4 and 8 years old. An uplifting story of a small bird who has 'lost' his song and his quest to find it. To be enjoyed by children and their... More > parents!< Less
Birds & Airplanes By Diane Winkel, Derek Winkel
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A colorful, humorous, entertaining book displaying the similarities and differences between birds and airplanes in a silly way. It's a "hoot" for all ages! (16 full-color pages)
Junk Birds By Dicky Graham
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‘Junk Birds’ is a young adults picture book, about a sleeping boy, dreaming an impossible dream – that Junk can fly. In his dream he “awakes” every day objects from the... More > Junkyard and transforms it into a bird. The bird flies high in the sky and travels to the park. Here he sees many strange things and meets other birds too. Yet in the little boys dream it starts to rain heavily, so heavily that the Junk Bird cannot fly! The bird is about to crash and become old Junk once again. But the boy wakes up! All the Junk is normal again. But the reader knows differently! The Junk has had its meaning changed! Reviews: ‘Enchanting – a perfect fusion of verbal and visual wit’ Richard Dormant, Daily Telegraph ‘It’s great! It cries for film!’ Raymond Briggs, author of ‘The Snowman’ ‘Dicky Graham makes me feel like a child re-discovering the world’ Katie Glass, Sunday Times magazine feature journalist.< Less