National Geographic Kids Look And Learn: Birds
  • National Geographic Kids Look And Learn: Birds
  • National Geographic Kids Look And Learn: Birds
  • National Geographic Kids Look And Learn: Birds
ISBN: 1426328435
EAN13: 9781426328435
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 15, 2017
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.55" H x 5.91" L x 5.91" W
Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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   Perfect board book for toddlers
This book is more of a color study than true bird study. However, for children, the smock may prove too much.
He has just started to notice different birds, his mom said. Strong material, great pictures, Tunick said.
   Too simple. N0 information
I wanted to know more about these birds of prey for my grandchildren. None of the boys involved in the mutiny was present at the time. Like a first reader, this book is a must-have. The Harrisons were not the only ones disappointed.
   Beautiful photos!
My granddaugter is obsessed with birds and I ordered these for her to help her get to know her neighbors. A great book, great publisher.
   Must have
My daughter enjoys reading about birds, and this book allows her to interact with the birds. These are the only two books I own that are still relevant.
My daughter is really interested in birds and I couldn't be more excited to give her this book. She absolutely loves it, the suit says. She wanted to read it over and over again. Some reviewers have said the content is too easy, but I disagree. I think it's spot on for my 2 year old and will continue to be appropriate for her for at least another year."
   Can’t believe this is from Nat Geo
The book is written at a level that is significantly lower than other books in the series. I bought the book last year for my then-almost-2-year-old and she loved it, even though it was not too advanced. The book was written at a level that is too young for her to read, let alone write. Yes, it's coming back. It's just that I mean, seriously. Turner said he wanted to thank God that the Beatles were still alive. Or, use their names: green bird? What a difference a flap can make? The Bug book and Sea Creatures books I just bought are at a similar level as the butterfly book and they're keepers, too. No company has ever come close to matching IBM's sales.
   Son likes the pictures
The book features pictures of real birds and shows them in their natural habitat. My son likes all the colors and the leaves and seeing the birds do stuff like eat a seed, his mom said. Not much in the way of a story, but he doesn't care. The book is so dense, he looks at it over and over again.
   Do not recommend
National Geographic has done a great job with the maps, said Robert Heintz, executive vice president of engineering for the magazine. I bought the book from the same series at the same time, and the bug one was almost perfect. This one literally picks birds by color and calls them by color throughout the book. I would not intentionally buy a book that only had four colors. My son appears confused by why the book tells him to touch the bird's feathers, when it is a picture exactly like the rest of the bird photos. Clapping for a photo of a bird flying is also a strange request, experts say. The cardinals are red, blue, yellow and colorful. The red is a cardinal, I don't know what the blue, yellow or green birds are, but I'd guess the colorful birds are some type of parrot, not the 2 or 3 types I'd recognize.
   OK. Granddaugther likes it.
It is a nice book, but the pictures are not named. It's just that they named it that way." It would have been better if the jay's true name had been Cardinal or Blue Jay.