Backyard birds : an introduction /
Robert Bateman with Ian Coutts ; consultation by Nancy Kovacs.
imprint
Markham, Ont. : Scholastic Canada ; Toronto : Madison Press, 2005.
description
47 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0439957842 :
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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    Curriculum Resources
    598.07234 B328B
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    3RD FLOOR; borrowing restricted to OISE students, faculty and staff
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imprint
Markham, Ont. : Scholastic Canada ; Toronto : Madison Press, 2005.
isbn
0439957842 :
abstract
Renowned wildlife artist and naturalist Robert Bateman invites young readers to discover the wonderful world of birds that exist in their own backyard. Backyard Birds abounds with Bateman's detailed sketches and full-colour paintings of robins, chickadees, woodpeckers, blue jays, finches, and many other familiar birds ₇ capturing their antics and beauty in a way that no photograph can. The book includes brief facts about different species, including their common calls and habitats. Backyard Birds also includes Bateman's personal and easy tips on identifying, feeding, and attracting birds of all kinds. There's no better way to start a lifelong adventure with birds.
catalogue key
6080996
target audience
7-12.
A Look Inside
Awards
This item was nominated for the following awards:
Information Book Award, CAN, 2006 : Nominated
Silver Birch Award, CAN, 2007 : Nominated
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Globe & Mail, November 2005
Quill & Quire, December 2005
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