Woodland Birds Come Alive with New Interactive Book
Following the success of The Little Book Of Garden Bird Songs, www.finefeatherpress.com has published The Little Book Of Woodland Bird Songs that features twelve songs from some of Britain’s best-loved feathered friends who inhabit the forests and woodlands throughout the UK.
Originally designed for young children, these sound books have turned out to be popular with the whole family and especially among parents and grandparents who have fun learning with their offspring. The solid board pages are chunky enough for the smallest of hands to manage, and include beautifully illustrated information about each featured bird. As well as describing their habitat, feeding habits and physical appearance, there is also a little known fact about each bird – did you know that pheasants occasionally launch territorial attacks on people, animals and even cars? What brings these books to life is the sound bar, which enables you to identify each different bird by its song.
The book has received great acclaim with Chris Evans calling it ’genius’ on his BBC Radio 2 Show; parents and grandparents raved about it with comments on Amazon such as, it’s the sort of book which children have to plead with the adults to let them have a look and, as of this afternoon, my granddaughter was still out in the garden trying to identify various birds and their calls.
At £12.99, “The Little Book Of Woodland Bird Songs” is a real keepsake that will be enjoyed by children and everyone young at heart. It’s suitable for children and grown-ups aged 3 and up.
The twelve birds featured are:
· Long-tailed tit · Great spotted woodpecker · Cuckoo · Nuthatch · Willow warbler · Goldcrest · Buzzard · Jay · Woodpigeon · Coal tit · Pheasant · Tawny owl
TIME TO WIN
Courtesy of Fine Feather Press, a specialist natural history publishing company, have kindly given us books to give away to 6 lucky readers. To be in with a chance of winning a copy simply send us an email with Woodland Birds in the subject, together with your address and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively please send a postcard to Woodland Birds Competition, Minerva Publications, County Gate, County Way, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 7FJ. Closing date: April 30, 2016. Good Luck!