12 Australian Birds! Kids Book About Birds: Fun Animal Facts Photo Book for Kids with Native Wildlife Pictures by Leanne Annett12 Australian Birds! Kids Book About Birds: Fun Animal Facts Photo Book for Kids with Native Wildlife Pictures is a fun book for kids and is the first in the “Kid’s Aussie Flora and Fauna Series”
Children’s author Leanne Annett presents this educational book with gorgeous color photographs of Australian birdlife and interesting facts in written text on 12 beautiful yet diverse Aussie birds.
If your child likes animals and nature then they are sure to be stimulated and enjoy learning all about these creatures from the small budgie right up to the flightless emu or fairy penguin.
This Kindle book is exclusive to the Amazon store. It can be easily downloaded and your child can begin reading and learning within a short time.
Note: This Aussie Flora and Fauna Series book has been designed for children aged approximately 7 years and older, who can read the book for themselves. Alternatively, parents can read the book to their kids (of all ages) and enjoy a fulfilling time of child and parent bonding.
It was a great pleasure to write this book (and the other animal books). I hope that you and your children enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Some of the Australian native birds covered in this book include:
• Australia’s Flightless Birds
• Fairy Penguin
• Laughing Kookaburra
• Blue Winged Kookaburra
• Native Australian Parrots
• Sulphur Crested Cockatoo
• Rainbow Lorikeet
• Tawny Frogmouth
• Australian Wetland Birds
• Australian Pelican
• Australian White Ibis
• Black Swan
Take advantage of the limited time low price as this kindle book launches and grab a copy for your child today. I am sure your child will enjoy the colorful pictures and the interesting information on Aussie birds.
Please let me know your thoughts on the book by leaving a review after you read it.
Thanks so much and enjoy reading and expanding your knowledge of Australian flora and fauna. More Aussie animal books will be released very soon.
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