The Little Book of Garden Bird Songs by Andrea Pinnington, Caz Buckingham
  

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If you thought you were too old for sound books, think again! Being able to identify just a handful of garden bird songs is a skill that will stay with you for the rest of your life. However, learning how to tell a blackbird from a blackcap isn't that easy. That's where this enchanting introduction comes into its own with 12 of the best known garden birds featured. Keep it on your windowsill for the whole family to enjoy and see who becomes the bird song expert first. By the end of the book, you should have a much greater understanding of these incredible creatures and the sounds you hear outside should have transformed from a cacophony into a 12-part orchestra.

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The Little Book of Garden Bird Songs by Andrea Pinnington, Caz Buckingham

Featured here are amongst the 12 best-known European garden birds that you are most likely to see at a bird table. In addition to the easy to use sound bar, there is a general introduction to each bird that highlights its key characteristics, accompanied by an informative data profile and some surprising facts.

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Format

Novelty book
26 pages

Author

Andrea Pinnington, Caz Buckingham
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Publisher

Fine Feather Press Ltd

Publication date

17th February 2015

ISBN

9781908489258

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