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All the Birds in the World

Find out what all birds have in common, and what sets them apart, through this tribute to the distinctive varieties of winged wonders that are found nesting in trees, soaring overhead, or are even underground. Of course, there’s an exception to every rule, and humorous commentary from a fluffy little kiwi offsets all of the facts and figures. End notes label the detailed artwork, helping to match eggs, beaks, and nests, to the delight of little ornithologists everywhere.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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