Non-Fiction - Animals

Birds, Who Are They? A First Look

Category:Non-Fiction - Animals

Author:David Campbell Callender

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  • Publication Date: August 5, 2021
  • Number of Pages: 52
  • ISBN-10: 1291959505
  • ISBN-13: 978-1291959505
  • ASIN: B09B7TF9MD

From the biological relationship, birds share with dinosaurs and crocodiles, to their crucial role in our world as we know it today, Birds, Who Are They? A First Look provides a scientifically backed history of birds, how they have evolved to adapt to the changing surroundings and their connection to humans. It covers little-known facts and recent findings of several different species and how humans and birds are similar and different. The author presents shocking and interesting information about the ancestry of birds and their contribution to human survival. The deceptively simple language makes this informative book a must-read for casual readers, especially those who love animals and garnering useful information.

You will find the information throughout this book to be captivating and exciting. David Campbell Callender’s narrative style and story-telling approach will take you on an imaginative journey that is fun and educational. You will be able to retain information with stories and facts supporting newfound respect for the species. From bird-watchers to someone looking for a quick and informative read, everyone can benefit from Birds, Who Are They? A First Look.

Birds, Who Are They? A First Look is part of a trilogy that explores the majestic side of birds, written with ingenuity and skillfully plotted to have the reader turning the pages. If you’re looking to appreciate the different species in the world and see them through a new lens, Birds, Who Are They? will serve as the perfect pick for you. A vibrant overview of our feathered friends, you will not be disappointed by the author’s attempt at making bird theories accessible to everyone with little to no knowledge of the species. You can lie back and listen to this audiobook and finish it in one day.

Reviewed By: Jane Riley

Reviewed Date: October 19, 2021

Category: Non-Fiction - Animals