Just Like Us! Birds

by Bridget Heos and David Clark
$14.99
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What animal composes music, decorates its home, weaves, and even gives gifts? BIRDS!  While they may eat bugs and lay eggs, we we actually have a lot in common with these winged creatures. From their parenting to their homemaking, their fishing to their dancing, birds are a lot like us. Featuring a dynamic mix of photographs and cartoon illustrations, Just Like Us! Birds will charm even the most reluctant nonfiction readers. 


  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780544570443
  • ISBN-10: 0544570448
  • Pages: 32
  • Publication Date: 10/03/2017
  • Carton Quantity: 50

About the book

Get the facts on some of nature's most beloved animals and discover the unexpected ways humans and birds are similar in Just Like Us! Birds. Appealing mix of photographs and cartoon illustrations. 

 

What animal composes music, decorates its home, weaves, and even gives gifts? BIRDS! While they may eat bugs and lay eggs, we actually have a lot in common with our winged friends. From their parenting to their homemaking, their fishing to their dancing, birds do have lots in common with people—though with fascinating twists all their own. 

 

Factual and funny and featuring a dynamic mix of photographs and cartoon illustrations, Just Like Us! Birds will charm even the most reluctant nonfiction readers.

 

About the author
Bridget Heos

Bridget Heos is the author of more than 100 books for kids, including the popular Mustache Baby books and the nonfiction Just Like Us! series. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband and four children. authorbridgetheos.com Twitter @bridgetheos

David Clark

David Clark is the author of numerous books for young readers. He lives in Virginia with his family. You can learn more about him at sites.google.com/site/davidclark1988.

Reviews

"Heos offers young readers and listeners a humorous way to make connections with the world of birds." –Kirkus 

 

"Heos engages kids in facts about ants and birds by comparing their traits to similar human ones in this humorous series . . .  In each volume, Heos smartly links the various spreads together so that readers can build upon their understanding . . . Recommended for general purchase, especially wherever humor is popular." –SLJ