• Title: A Children's Guide to Arctic Birds
  • Author: Mia Pelletier Danny Christopher
  • ISBN: 9781927095676
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Children s Guide to Arctic Birds A children s introduction to the avians of the Arctic With a simple layout and easy to follow format this beautiful book introduces young readers to a dozen birds that call the Arctic home From the L
    A children s introduction to the avians of the Arctic With a simple layout and easy to follow format, this beautiful book introduces young readers to a dozen birds that call the Arctic home From the Long tailed Duck and the Red throated Loon to the Snowy Owl and the Rock Ptarmigan, this picture book features migratory birds as well as those that live in the Arctic year roA children s introduction to the avians of the Arctic With a simple layout and easy to follow format, this beautiful book introduces young readers to a dozen birds that call the Arctic home From the Long tailed Duck and the Red throated Loon to the Snowy Owl and the Rock Ptarmigan, this picture book features migratory birds as well as those that live in the Arctic year round and is filled with fun, useful facts, including where to look for eggs and nests during the short Arctic summer and how to recognize each bird s call Northern specific elements, such as Inuktitut names for various birds and migratory patterns told from an Arctic perspective, are also included.

    One Reply to “A Children's Guide to Arctic Birds”

    1. Gorgeous illustrations, this lovely book is not just for kids.If you liked this book, you might also enjoy:✱ Owls: Our Most Enchanting Bird✱ Lifetime: The Amazing Numbers in Animal Lives✱ Over and Under the Snow✱ Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt✱ Water Sings Blue✱ Some Bugs

    2. With fun feathered facts and beautiful illustrations readers learn about twelve birds that call the Arctic home. Easy-to-follow information about habitat, migration, birdcalls, and nesting make this a great addition to school libraries for Northern studies and a must have for young bird-lovers ages eight and up.

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