"Sounds of Nature: World of Birds" by Robert Frank Hunter is such a brilliant idea, combining a smorgasbord of birds, tons of information and gloriously colourful illustrations showing off the very best and brightest in the world of birds.
You'll get to hear them too - because, as we mentioned, the book comes with a novel little sound generator that allows you to explore a variety of bird noises in different habitats around the world.
It's wonderfully atmospheric to be reading about the bird life in the Amazonian rain forest, then with the touch of a special little button on the page, hear the birds tweeting and whooping, calling and squawking for yourself.
|Birds in all different habitats around the world, even those that adapt to man-made environments|
|What does a pelican sound like, and can his beak really hold more than his belly can?|
|Cassowaries. Have to be one of our fave birds. Just don't get on the wrong side of one!|
"Sounds of Nature: World of Birds" by Robert Frank Hunter is available now, published by Wide Eyed Editions (kindly supplied for review).