What is a bird? And how is it different from a mammal or a reptile?
Some birds are huge and some are tiny. Some birds are fantastically colorful and some are plain. But what do all birds share? Early nonfiction expert Lizzy Rockwell explains that birds have beaks, wings, and feathers, and hatch from eggs. Other animals might have some of these features in common, but only a bird has them all.
Only a bird is a bird!
A clear text and beautiful illustrations cover dozens of different birds and their shared characteristics, as well as the unique qualities of unusual birds, such as penguins and peacocks.
A great companion to Rockwell's A Mammal is an Animal.
|Product dimensions:||7.60(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.20(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Lizzy Rockwell is the daughter of highly acclaimed children's book author and illustrator Anne Rockwell and art director and illustrator Harlow Rockwell. She has illustrated more than thirty children's books, including some in collaboration with her mother, and has written and illustrated several of her own, including Plants Feed Me and A Mammal is an Animal. She lives in Connecticut. Find her online at https://www.lizzyrockwell.com/