We loved reading this book as we went through the bird unit study! We learned so many things about the lives of a barn swallow, a bobwhite, and the downy woodpecker! The drawings were classic and helpful providing a deeper and better understanding. The stories kept attention while educating us all!
We absolutely love this book. As soon as it came my daughter read the entire book and kept telling me parts of it. It is really fascinating to learn everything birds go through and especially how eggs are formed.
My children absolutely loved the stories in this book. Great addition to our unit.
We loved these Charlotte mason style stories that follow the life of a specific bird while learning about them
I am reading aloud to my children as we are studying the bird unit. Perfect mixture of sweet stories and facts about birds!
Have you ever watched as a flock of birds flew overhead and wondered to yourself what it would be like to be one of them? In this book, you’ll learn about three species of birds from their perspective—a birds-eye view of what their lives are like. Beautifully illustrated and cleverly told, the stories inside Nature Reader: Birds are sure to captivate readers young and old.
Written by Elizabeth Schwartz, Charles Schwartz, and Paul McCutheon Sears, 129 pages, 5.5″X8.5″, hardcover with fabric bookmark
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