Sunday book review – The Birds at the Bottom of the Garden by Carl Mynott

TBATBOTGcoverThis is a small book for small people of around pre-school age.  I’m a bit older than that, and so are my kids, but I bet they would have loved this book 20 years ago.

The words, which are mostly in rhyming verse, and pictures, which are diagrammatic, are both by the author.

It’s a friendly book that says a little about ten common garden birds.

Birds at the Bottom of the Garden by Carl Mynott is available from British Wildlife Tales.  At £6.50 including P&P.  It’s quite a good investment for grandparents or parents to make in the next generation of nature conservationists.

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