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Bring on the Birds by Susan Stockdale
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Bring on the Birds (edition 2013)

by Susan Stockdale (Author)

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Rhyming text and illustrations provide an introduction to exotic and familiar birds.
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Title:Bring on the Birds
Authors:Susan Stockdale (Author)
Info:Peachtree Petite (2013), Edition: Brdbk, 22 pages
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2012 Notable Children's Books
  ellisetaylor | Nov 5, 2021 |
Easy bird shapes that would be good for xstitch
  jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
a discussion of different types of birds and how some birds are different than others
6 books
  TUCC | Jan 24, 2017 |
In my opinion this is a wonderful book to read to young children. The illustrations in the book were a very important feature. The text only described characteristics of the birds but the illustration showed exactly what type of bird it was. For example, on a page it says, " birds with a bill that drill." There is a illustration of a bird pecking into a tree, giving the reader the hint that it's a woodpecker. The illustrations are very realistic on how that type of bird would actually look.
I also liked that sentences continued on to the next page and that they rhymed. I think that this helps the reader's fluency because they have to be able to continue their words right after looking at the next page. The rhyming makes the book fun to read and guess what might be on the next page. For example, " Swooping birds, whooping birds, birds with puffy chests. Dancing birds, diving birds, birds with fluffy crests."
Overall, I think that this book is to inform students on some of the many different types of birds that exist. ( )
  Scrane4 | Mar 6, 2014 |
This book shows various birds, and whay they act.
Source: Pierce college Library
Age: 2-5 ( )
  Yuna0130 | Nov 18, 2013 |
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598 — Natural sciences and mathematics Zoology Birds

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