Publisher: Dorling Kindersley, London
Publication Year: 2022
Page Count: 80
ISBN Number: 9780241529058
Price: £ 14.99
The Extraordinary World of Birds
An expertly written and beautifully illustrated book, that does as the title suggests - convince children that the bird world is in fact extraordinary.
Covering all aspects of birds’ lives, the author takes the reader on a journey of discovery, from teaching children about the ancestry of birds and their behaviours, to offering ways they can help protect them such as setting up feeders and making a bird-friendly garden.
Furthermore, children will delight in the excitement of finding out new and interesting bird facts, and these are accompanied by bright and colourful illustrations which help bring the book to life. The author has also included a page on how to get into birding, which is sure to spark curiosity and encourage participation with birding in the future.
Despite this book being targeted at children, do not let this deter you from reading it, as it is brilliant, and everyone (including adults) is sure to learn something new. Both myself and my year 1 class loved it and it is quickly becoming the class’s favourite book.
Overall, I feel this book by David Lindo will not only help inspire children’s interest in birds, but also a desire to protect them for the future, and is well worth a read.
Book reviewed by Belinda Betts (BTO Youth Rep, Norfolk)buy this book
BTO is dedicated to tackling the challenge of avian influenza. Learn about the disease, its impact on our wild birds and BTO's efforts to mitigate its impacts.
Gull ID virtual training (2 sessions, Tuesdays 7pm)
The training will consist of two weekly online modules of 90–100 minutes each, complemented by supported self-study exercises which will be provided after each session. The training will be run by BTO staff members Nick...