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  • Title: Children's Weebies Family Bird Watching Book

  • Sub Title: English Language Edition

  • Author: Alastair R Agutter

  • Date Published: 11th September 2014

  • Formats: Printed and Digital

  • Number of Pages: 40

  • Publisher: CreateSpace - An Amazon Group Company

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-10: 1502343703

  • ISBN-13: 978-1502343703

  • ASIN: B00NKBZMMM

  • Book Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.2 x 22.9 cm

  • Distribution: Available World-Wide

Children's Weebies Family Bird Watching Book 7

Children's Weebies Family Bird Watching Book 7

Children's Weebies Family Bird Watching Book 7 starts to teach Pre-School and Junior Children about different types of birds. Created in full colour with illustrations to help Children in their early learning and making education lots of fun. A book suitable for ages between 3 to 8 years. The book also encourages Children to draw developing hand coordination skills. USA American English Edition of this Book is located here. Thank You!

Created in full colour with illustrations to help Children in their early learning and making education lots of fun. A book suitable for ages between 3 to 8 years. The book also encourages Children to draw developing hand coordination skills.

The Weebies Family Collection of books have been specially created and designed for early learning Pre-School for Children. So as to provide today that very critical early start in life through communication.

Each book has been designed in full colour and where the illustrations created by the author are developed using fractal maths and here is why! A Child's view point in early development can relate to shapes and colours at Pre-School age. Each drawing is therefore created in fractal maths only using circles, triangles and squares. As this is a creative stage that can be comprehended at an early age and this is why Children's drawings are very exact to them where pictures they create appear to be rectangular, circular etc.

The drawings are deliberately designed, so Children can connect and become inspired by the colours and shapes, where they can become confident to draw themselves, therefore developing hand co-ordination skills.

These books are very educational and all have a pertinent meaning and so they are not just books coupled together. They are deliberately written and designed to quickly hot wire Children at an early age, to learn about the World around them. For example, being taught different types of fish, animals, foods and so much more.

The Weebies books also teach early Child development with a sense of right and wrong, developing at an early age a moral compass to care for others. Learning to look after our wild life and preserve our planet. To love and care for each other, so as to develop strong communication ties and bonds.

Children are remarkable Human Beings and have the ability from birth to learn with great enthusiasm. The small word why, so often asked is a question in pursuit for knowledge by your Child in this new found world. The 21st century with all the challenges ahead for the Human Race, needs the spirit and hope of knowledge to be found in every Child.

The Children of today, are the custodians of Earth tomorrow. Each book is educational, for a Child beginning this journey!


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Children's Weebies Family Bird Watching Book 7

Amazon Top 500 Reviewer: This family bird watching book finds Grumpy Ganny (Granddad) with Honey, Billy and Morgan observing all types of birds. Not only are the birds illustrated in full color......!

This Book Has Five Star Reviews



This book and others are available world-wide through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Create Space (Book Distributor Wholesalers) and all Good Book Stores. Thank You!



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Alastair :)






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