This nonfiction board book in the new One Little series from Tiger Tales introduces children to birds and how they are unique. Features shaped lift-the-flaps and peek-through pages throughout, as well as prompts and activities to encourage young readers to get outside and explore their own outdoor world.
Children will love to learn about how a beautiful bird emerges from each little egg. They’ll read about what makes each bird unique, where to find them, and even learn how to make a birdhouse of their own to invite birds into their yard for a closer look. Through simple facts, prompts, and activities, children will discover what birds they might see in their local park, what birds make the noises they hear at dawn and dusk, what to feed ducks instead of bread, and much more. This sturdy board book, which includes shaped lift-the-flaps and peek-through pages throughout, is the perfect nonfiction book to inspire a love of nature in young readers.
The One Little board book series from Tiger Tales immerses young readers in the natural world. These engaging nonfiction titles present the processes of growth and change in our world, with bite-size facts and lift-the-flaps for an interactive learning experience.
About the Author
Becky Davies is a children’s book editor and author from the South West of England. Her favorite things are nature, books about magic, and cuddles with her dog, Moon. In a parallel universe she lives in Hawaii, where she surfs every day until the sun sets.
Charlotte Pepper grew up and completed a Surface Pattern Design degree in sunny Staffordshire, England. She worked in-house for a greeting card publishing company for 19 years before taking the plunge to go freelance. Her favorite things to draw are characters, birds, and anything nature- based, but she doesn’t like drawing shoes!
Brilliant blue birds watching over the pale speckled egg in their nest invite readers inside the cover of this nonfiction board book launching the One Little series, which offers a wonder-filled introduction to the world of birds. Designed to spur children’s investigation and protection of the natural world around them, Davies’s upbeat, straightforward text appears across fact-filled lift-the-flap and peek-through pages, offering specifics on variations between different species’ eggs, feathers, nests, and songs, as Pepper keeps pace with an array of crisply detailed collage-style images. Children of various abilities and skin tones appear in spreads providing tips for outdoor activities, including birdhouse building, bird-watching, and feather collecting. It’s a compelling and interactive nudge to get outside and look around. Publishing simultaneously: One Little Seed. Ages 2–5. --Publishers Weekly