BirdsBook - 2005
From the smallest nectar-drinking hummingbird, to the enormous ostrich, readers will marvel at the degree of diversity found among the world's many types of birds. In addition to learning about the communication, courtship and adaptive strategies that birds use in their natural surroundings, readers will learn about the important relationship that birds and people have shared for thousands of years. Beautiful four-color photographs and drawings, coupled with lively, accessible text make the All About Animals books a must-have for middle-school readers. Readers will learn how animals communicate, hunt, and survive in the wild. They will learn how and why humans have incorporated birds, cats, dogs, and horses in their everyday lives, art, and folklore.
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Chelsea House Publishers, 2005
Branch Call Number: JUV 598.2 GAN 2005
Characteristics: 38p : illus