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Children's Book Club March 2015

Junior rounds up the best new children's books for the month


Posted: 2 March 2015
by Alison Potter


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Beautiful Birds by Jean Roussen and Emmanuelle Walker (Flying Eye, £14.99)

Our feathered-friends in the animal kingdom have never looked more stunning than in Beautiful Birds, a striking alphabet book filled with symbolism, rhyme and beauty. It’s a wonderful vehicle for teaching children about a wide variety of different species of avian creatures, whist also honing their alphabet abilities and introducing new words to their vocabulary.

Every image designed by illustrator Emmanuelle Walker is beautiful enough to be framed and hung, and is perfectly complimented by Jean Roussen’s delicate poetic description. Ideal for any child with an interest in birds and an artistic eye, this enchanting book will be adored by those lucky enough to find themselves in possession of a copy.

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