Bird Talk

Bird Talk

Ann Jonas / Sep 21, 2019

Bird Talk When children get their hands on this book they are sure to really read it to really really read it Or so says the magnolia warbler And the magnolia warbler is not the only one with an opinion There

  • Title: Bird Talk
  • Author: Ann Jonas
  • ISBN: 9780688141738
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When children get their hands on this book, they are sure to really read it, to really really read it Or so says the magnolia warbler.And the magnolia warbler is not the only one with an opinion There are sixty three bird species talking their way through this funny backyard story.

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      Published :2019-06-25T01:14:57+00:00

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    577 Comments

    1. What a silly book. This is a book to read aloud. The author took the bird call memory pronunciations from a popular bird guide and turned them into a story of sorts. My daughter and I had fun repeating the silly bird calls: "See, see, see, Miss Beecher, please, please, pleased to meet'cha" and "To really read it, to really, really read it", etc. It didn't teach us much about birds but it was still fun to read.


    2. Incredibly beautiful illustrations are both expressive and scientifically accurate, as is the simple but informative text about ways birds communicate with each other. Back matter adds more details with bird profiles, glossary, references, websites, and an author's note.


    3. Kind of a cool book!!! If I took some time, I might be able to figure out (and remember) the calls of some of the birds in my yard. Regardless, the kids enjoyed this book. Lots to notice and think about.


    4. Displays various types of birds, their calls, and the 'memory-phrases' that bird-watchers use to remember the birds' 'songs.'


    5. Liby loves this book. It's boring to me, but I would suspect that if you brought the book with you while birdwatching, it might be fun.




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