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Dorling Kindersley, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 63 pages
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Full-color photos. "Each spread is composed of full-color photos, sketches,
and explanatory text covering the anatomy, behavior, and adaptations of birds
and presented in a visually appealing manner that compels further page turning.
The author leads us through all that is fascinating in our study of birds at a
level of writing suitable for younger readers. A fine addition to school
libraries at all levels."--(starred) "Science Books &; Films.

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I am a harsh critic of books on birds because I love birds. Eyewitness Books does not disappoint. This book is suitable for all ages and purposes. It would be suitable as a picture book for young ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

David Burnie is an accomplished zoologist who was a nature reserve ranger before becoming a natural history author and editor. A prolific writer of many books, including several on dinosaurs, he has seen many of his titles win educational awards and science prizes. His titles for Kingfisher include Kingfisher Knowledge: Endangered Planet and The Kingfisher Illustrated Dinosaur Encyclopedia, which was nominated for the Aventis Prize for Science Books in 2002.

Taylor has been a teacher, factory worker, industrial sales clerk, social worker, magistrate, carpenter, and pizza delivery person. She was a founder of the Bubba Newsletter.

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