1 edition of I see a bird = found in the catalog.
I see a bird =
|Other titles||Puedo ver un pájaro|
|Series||In my backyard = -- En mi jardín|
|LC Classifications||QL676.2 .A6618 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012026207|
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The images generally support new words featured in the text. Readers will learn about the animals' homes, bodies, life cycles, and diet, among other : Alex Appleby. Look, See the Bird. is a beautifully illustrated children's book which seeks to not only promote curiosity in children about the natural world around them, but also to establish the universal quality of having a connection with nature.5/5(6).
Look, See the Bird. is a beautifully illustrated children's book which seeks to not only promote curiosity in children about the natural world around them, but also to establish the universal quality of having a connection with : Hatherleigh Press. Using his photographs as a guide, Matthew Stadlen takes us on a very personal birdwatching journey and, in the process, helps us to see birds - to really see birds.
The book also includes a foreword by Martin Harper (Global Conservation Director, RSPB).Pages: The book is organized in "taxonomic order", not by physical attributes of birds.
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Very pretty pics of very pretty birds. --David Baddiel Matt Stadlen s bird photography is exquisite. Each is caught by his lens for the briefest of moments - in flight, at rest, feeding or flirting - and held there in all their miraculous detail and beauty.
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