Children Will Caw and Squeak as They Learn How Birds Behave and What Makes Each One Unique
Alpharetta, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/04/2017 -- Anne Kapler McCallum has loved bird-watching since she was a little girl peering out the window at birds from her childhood home in Cresco, Iowa. She used her lifelong passion to create her debut book, What Birds Do and Say. Her book serves as an ornithological primer for young children, but also for anyone who would enjoy a whimsical and charming lesson on birds.
Birds might have feathers and wings, but they are like us in many ways. They call, laugh, sing, and even groom themselves! What Birds Do and Say is a helpful guide that describes the habits, speech, and diets of about twenty iconic American birds from twenty different bird families, including the bald eagle, the green heron, and the California condor. While children will learn fascinating details and even silly quirks that birds have, it is also a great way to teach people of all ages the importance of protecting the habitats of birds and to foster appreciation for the diversity that these beautiful creatures bring to our environment.
Complete with bird noises for children to practice and enjoy, a glossary, and vibrant illustrations of each bird, What Birds Do and Say is guaranteed to be a treat for the entire family.
The softcover of What Birds Do and Say is now available on Amazon and Shop.BookLogix.com. The eBook will be available May 22, 2017 on Amazon, Apple iBooks, BarnesandNoble.com, and Kobo.
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