First Explorers: Beautiful Birds

Publisher: Campbell

Why do birds have feathers? Where do parrots live and why are they so noisy? Why does a woodpecker tap on trees? And why does an Emu have wings if it can’t fly?

Youngsters can find the answers, and more fun facts, in the glossy pages of this interactive board book. Each double page features a different habitat (garden, grassland, jungle, water and woodland) and is brilliantly illustrated with vibrant birdlife.

Using chunky push, pull and slide mechanisms, little fingers can bring the pages to life making eggs hatch, geese take flight and a toucan squawk. With things to spot on every colourful page, toddlers and pre-schoolers will come back to this early learning book again and again.

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