Bring On the Birds

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Peachtree Pub Limited, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
24 Reviews
An energetic rhyming text and brightly colored, richly textured illustrations introduce young readers to different kinds of birds and their unique qualities.

From the Blue-footed Booby to the Red-billed Oxpecker, the breadth of bird life depicted in this stunning book will captivate young ornithologists. An afterword offers fascinating information and an in-depth look at each fish.

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The illustrations are phenomenal. - Goodreads
And the illustrations are spectacular. - Goodreads
This book is (almost) all about the illustrations. - Goodreads
The illustrations "sing". - Goodreads

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User Review  - Scrane4 - LibraryThing

In my opinion this is a wonderful book to read to young children. The illustrations in the book were a very important feature. The text only described characteristics of the birds but the illustration ... Read full review

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User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

My five-year-old son picked out this book from our library this week. I didn't expect much from this book; the title doesn't exactly "sing", but it is so worth a read. The text is simple and not ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Susan Stockdale has written and illustrated a number of children's picture books, including CARRY ME! ANIMAL BABIES ON THE MOVE. Her books have won awards from Parents' Choice, the National Science Teachers Association, and Bank Street College of Education. To research BRING ON THE BIRDS, she traveled to the Galapagos Islands where she saw Blue-footed Boobies perform their lively mating dance and the Great Frigatebird puff out its crimson chest. She lives in Maryland.

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