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National Geographic Angry Birds: 50 True Stories of the Fed Up, Feathered, and Furious Paperback – September 25, 2012
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Nor is seeing and reading about baby birds who devour their clutchmates.
I know, I know, it's nature, but it just makes me sad to look it in the face inside a book that claims to be fun.
We've had this book for about a month now and I can tell that it will be around for a long time. Yes, some of the information about the birds is a little bit more than a five year old can understand, but it's easy enough for me to simplify and summarize. As he gets older and can read more, I know he will enjoy this book on a different level. The pictures are excellent and we've had many good discussions about them. If we'd had this book when he was younger, he would have enjoyed just looking at them. In addition, this is a book that I enjoy reading to him because it's interesting and informative. I will gladly read any book to my son to encourage him to enjoy reading, even if that means reading the same book over and over again. But it's nice to have an occasional book that interests me as well.
I think that this book is very well done and perfect for a child who likes Angry Birds or even just likes learning about the natural world.
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I actually had a photo published in this book, This is many of the birds in the game Angry Birds in a Field Guide format, Kids love to learn about the actual birds in the game... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Matt Armanini
Any kid who likes angry birds should enjoy this book and they may learn something at the same time.Published 11 months ago by Diane M. Glover
Such a fun read! Not only does my thirteen-year-old love it, but the entire family enjoys hearing about these foul-tempered fowls! Read morePublished 14 months ago by BusyReading
My son loved hearing the story's from this book. My son thought it was an interesting and amusing book. Read morePublished 16 months ago by patty jones
Reasons this book is great (and why I bought a copy for a Kindergarten teacher, and third grade teacher as well):
This book begins with birds that are annoying, or... Read more
Cute book with great info on various birds, tied to the angry birds characters. Good way for kids to learn about our feathered friends while having fun doing so!Published on February 6, 2014 by Laurie A. Smith