Birds by Xist Publishing
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Synopsis

It's a bird! It's a...Wait, what is that bird?

This simple book teaches children to identify common birds and introduces them to some of the world's most beautiful flying creatures.

Designed with young children in mind, this book is a perfect way to introduce your baby or toddler to the natural world and the birds that rule the air.

Featuring familiar favorites like ducks, chickens and peacocks this book also includes gorgeous images of toucans, storks and ibis.

Used as a jumpstart for interaction, Discover Series Picture Books are a great way to introduce birds, their sounds and colors to kids.

 

About Xist Publishing

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Xist Publishing creates books for the touchscreen generation. We are committed to encouraging a lifetime love of reading, no matter the form it takes.
 
Published January 15, 2012 by Xist Publishing. 30 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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In his latest book, Rare and Elusive Birds, he has used his talents as a photographer and bird watcher to compile an intimate look at some of the planet's most rarely seen birds.

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Publishers Weekly

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Rooted in a Navajo folktale, this sequel to Monster Slayer again involves the Hero Twins.

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Publishers Weekly

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Backyard birds throng a hanging feeder in this counting book, arriving in pairs until they number 20.

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Providing birders the convenience of portability, Sibley's newest volume breaks down the information in The Sibley Guide to Birds into specific regions (The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America will be published the same month).

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Los Angeles Times

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Panabaker exudes a kind of unspoiled freshness that is imminently appealing and serves to make Alison a good counterpoint to Lily's darkness.

Sep 13 2012 | Read Full Review of Birds (Discover Series)

Suite 101

The clones ostracize their creators in favour of a new community of clones, one that abandons the old ideas of the dead human world and think to start a new one where individuality is killed by embracing the homogeneous group instead as a functioning singular unit.

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SciFiNow

It’s a variation on Angry Birds that just about serves Star Wars well, with levels based on Tatooine, the Death Star and Dagobah, with more free ones coming soon, as well as sweet touches deployed through certain details, such as the classic Star Wars cross-wipe between levels.

Nov 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Birds (Discover Series)

Harvard Business Review

Having experienced blocked levels on Angry Birds people might think twice about trying out similar games, or games from the same developer, in the future — especially if they are addictive.

Jan 28 2011 | Read Full Review of Birds (Discover Series)

Chronogram

It helps that he can turn out rare wordsmithery like “It was a knockdown, drag-out good time / At the Lake they call Algonquin / And the smoke moved off the mountains / Like the trees were breathing” (from “Lake Algonquin”).

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