In the book world, the month of November is dedicated to reading and sharing nonfiction books. This month I’ll be sharing some non-fiction books that I think would be great for readers, young and old. These books will cover various topics and interests. If you’d like to see previous #NonFicNov posts, click HERE to see more amazing non-fiction books.
LITTLE KIDS FIRST BOARD BOOK: BIRDS
By: Ruth A. Musgrave
Published: March 1, 2022
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Even our youngest readers can start learning while they are reading. Toddlers also love looking at animals and the photographs of the birds on these pages will awe them. They will want to go outside or look out the window to see what birds they can see.
All birds have feathers. All birds have wings, but not all birds can fly. All birds have a beak. All birds hatch from eggs. But, birds have many different sounds including a chirp, squeak, quack, hoot, and some birds even sing. Not all the birds featured in the book are ones that kids will see out their window, but there is such a wide variety of birds with all kinds of colors in our world. It truly is amazing.
The last pages of the book encourage the reader to chirp, flap their arm, and open their mouth as a baby bird would. Soon, they will know all about birds and be looking for them everywhere you go. This is a sturdy board book that will hold up to taking along in the car and multiple turns of the pages.
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