When a group of kids find an injured bird, they do all they can to help it recover. But when they learn the bird is a hawk, things get complicated. Some of the kids want to keep the hawk safe and release it back into the wild, while others want to study it more. Which option will the group choose?
For who is this book for ?
This books is for children who are interested in nature and want to learn more about birds of prey.
- The book teaches children about the different types of birds of prey and what they do.
- It encourages kids to be responsible with animals by helping an injured one.
- The story is exciting and engages children’s curiosity.
- It may be difficult for some listeners to follow the dialogue among all of the children
- It might be tough to stay interested in a book that focuses on birds
- Some listeners might not like having to make choices for the characters
Learn more about the author
Bendix Anderson is a children’s audiobook author who loves to educate and entertain kids with her stories. She has written many books about nature and animals, including Know-It-Alls! Birds of Prey, which tells the story of a group of kids who find an injured hawk and must decide what to do with it.
“Great choice for a read aloud! I love that it is nonfiction and includes different points of view.”
“Know-It-Alls! Birds of Prey is an excellent children’s audiobook. It teaches kids about the responsibilities of taking care of an injured animal, and also explores the complexities of releasing a wild animal back into its natural habitat.”
“Know-It-Alls! Birds of Prey is a riveting story that educates kids on the challenges and rewards of helping injured animals. This book was professionally narrated, with each character’s voice distinctively portrayed. The various bird sounds added an extra layer of realism to the experience.”
“My first thought when I finished this book was ‘What a great story!’ After that, I started to think about how the author managed to slip in some good information on birds of prey without making it feel like a textbook.”