Whether your child is a fan of colorful parrots, majestic eagles or cute and cuddly chickadees, these Bird Books for Kids will provide hours of enjoyment and leave a lasting impression on young readers.
Get ready to soar to new heights with these delightful bird books!
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Fun Facts about Birds for Kids
With their beautiful feathers, unique songs, and impressive flying abilities, birds are a symbol of freedom, beauty, and the natural world.
Have you ever been told something was impossible, but just knew it was possible?
Pip is a little bird who wants nothing more than to eat the fresh fruit high up in the trees. There’s just one problem – on her island, birds don't fly! All the other birds think the idea of flying sounds ridiculous. After all, whoever heard of a flying bird?
This classic children’s book has touched the hearts of children young and old since its first edition in 1933.
Ping’s home is on the beautiful yellow water of the Yangtze River. Hunting for fishes with his siblings one day, Ping is the last duck home. Worried about being punished by his parents, he hides to avoid punishment, but is captured instead by a young boy, and almost ends up as dinner.
Like the rest of his family, Louis is a trumpeter swan. But unlike his four brothers and sisters, Louis can't trumpet joyfully. In fact, he can't even make a sound. And since he can't trumpet his love, the beautiful swan Serena pays absolutely no attention to him.
Louis tries everything he can think of to win Serena's affection, but nothing seems to work. Then his father steals him a real brass trumpet. Is a musical instrument the key to winning Louis his love?
Little Critter discovers a lost baby bird in his backyard, and he and his family all pitch in to take care of it until it can fly on its own. Little Critter's love and patience is rewarded when he gets a special springtime surprise.
Mia’s abuela has left her sunny house with parrots and palm trees to live with Mia and her parents in the city. While they cook, Mia helps Abuela learn English, and Mia learns some Spanish, too, but it’s still hard for Abuela to learn enough words to tell Mia her stories.
Then Mia sees a parrot in the pet-shop window and has the perfecto idea for how to help them all communicate a little better.
This beautifully illustrated book tells the heartwarming story of a little girl and a duckling, who both grow to understand what it means to care for each other as they learn that love is as much about letting go as it is about holding on.