Owls: Birds Of Prey

February 6, 2018 - Comment

“Owls: Birds of Prey” is a kids book about owls and features the Barn, Snowy, Screech Owls and Many More, With Amazing Pictures, Information And Fun Facts For Kids” brings the world of owls into your living room. Children’s author Gary Dickinson has written an easy to understand book that highlights the world of owls

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“Owls: Birds of Prey” is a kids book about owls and features the Barn, Snowy, Screech Owls and Many More, With Amazing Pictures, Information And Fun Facts For Kids” brings the world of owls into your living room. Children’s author Gary Dickinson has written an easy to understand book that highlights the world of owls with beautiful full color pictures and that educates as well as entertains children with an interest in these beautiful and sometimes mysterious birds of the night. In it he covers a wide variety of owls from large to small, their habitats, food types, and much more. This book was written for independent readers aged 9 years+ and would also be enjoyed by younger children if the reading is shared with an adult.

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Comments

Cristy P. says:

Great book! Lots of pictures! Great pictures! Interesting facts! Fun for all ages! My daughter is obsessed with owls and this seemed like the perfect gift. She already knows a lot about them but this book did not disappoint her! She keeps reading and rereading it! She does say she wishes it went into more detail for each breed but the book does giver her a jumping off point for her research!

JWang says:

Fascinating facts about the owls There are a lot of fascinating things about the owls that I’ve discovered by reading this book. One such fact that I find amusing is that a group of owls is called a Parliament which I find very fitting for the owls because owls symbolize wisdom. I thought all owls hoot but it turn out that there are some types of owls that don’t and they make a variety of sounds and that owls have three eyelids. I enjoy reading this book and I love looking at the amazing owl pictures inside.

JJares says:

Learn About One Zillion Things You Didn’t Know About Owls: Oh, my goodness! Why weren’t we taught just how amazing owls are? You can learn it now with this amazing book. The photos are beyond stunning. Did you know there is an owl butterfly? It is pictured in the early pages. The photo of the owl bathing is priceless!This obviously was a labor of love; Gary Dickinson wrote it for his father-in-law, who was an owl enthusiast. What an impressive memorial for a loved one. Simply beautiful!

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