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A red wing, an orange beak or a vibrant tail - all of these birds have a surprise in store. Lift the flaps and have fun learning colours with the help of some unusual birds.


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Slightly Boring

This is a lift the flap book to teach a child their colours. Each page has a picture of a bird in black & white. There is a flap to lift & underneath there is a a body part in colour with the name printed on the flap.

There is nothing wrong with this book, I just didn't find it particularly interesting. Each double page has one bird on it with no background or other detail. The bird is very simple. Once the flap is lifted & the colour recognised then it is time to move on. This is not going to take a long time to read!

The colours aren't necessarily things that a child would see every day but parts of the birds' bodies. I would prefer a book with everyday items in colours - a yellow banana, a red apple etc. Howerver, some people will be drawn to the originality of this book & enjoy the fact that there is little on the page to distract the child.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.

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