Birds

THE DICKIE-BIRDIE BOOK 
GOOSIE-GOOSIE GANDER ... WHERE DO YOU WANDER by ANNE ANDERSON

THE DICKIE-BIRDIE BOOK GOOSIE-GOOSIE GANDER ... WHERE DO YOU WANDER

COAL TIT by VAL ARCHER

COAL TIT

BIRD WITH CHERRIES by VAL ARCHER

BIRD WITH CHERRIES

WADING BIRD by VAL ARCHER

WADING BIRD

FAGIANI
 by VAL ARCHER

FAGIANI

'WE'RE GREATLY PRIVILEGED - VERY FEW PEOPLE EVER GET TO SEE THE FIRST DAWN CHORUS.' by SALLY ARTZ

'WE'RE GREATLY PRIVILEGED - VERY FEW PEOPLE EVER GET TO SEE THE FIRST DAWN CHORUS.'

BOO BOO DANCING WITH OWL by MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL

BOO BOO DANCING WITH OWL

BLACK VENUS by JOHN AUSTEN

BLACK VENUS

PEACOCKS IN A FORMAL GARDEN by AUBREY BEARDSLEY

PEACOCKS IN A FORMAL GARDEN

A DAMOSEL WITH PEACOCKS IN A GARDEN by AUBREY BEARDSLEY

A DAMOSEL WITH PEACOCKS IN A GARDEN

PIG'S BALL ROLLED INTO A POND AND DUCK WENT IN TO LOOK FOR IT by JOHN BURNINGHAM

PIG'S BALL ROLLED INTO A POND AND DUCK WENT IN TO LOOK FOR IT

BUT WITH A GOOSE I'D LIKE TO HISS,
AND FLAP ALONG THE GROUND by JOHN BURNINGHAM

BUT WITH A GOOSE I'D LIKE TO HISS, AND FLAP ALONG THE GROUND

DUCK by JOHN BURNINGHAM

DUCK

PARROT by JOHN BURNINGHAM

PARROT

PENGUIN by JOHN BURNINGHAM

PENGUIN

SHE THOUGHT IF SHE LOOKED LIKE AN EAGLE, SHE WOULD BE ABLE TO FLY LIKE AN EAGLE. I'M AFRAID SHE WAS WRONG by NICK BUTTERWORTH

SHE THOUGHT IF SHE LOOKED LIKE AN EAGLE, SHE WOULD BE ABLE TO FLY LIKE AN EAGLE. I'M AFRAID SHE WAS WRONG

THE ROUNDABOUT NEEDS PAINTING by NICK BUTTERWORTH

THE ROUNDABOUT NEEDS PAINTING

HE HAS WONDERFUL DREAMS WHERE HE HAS FLYING RACES WITH A COUPLE OF SEAGULL FRIENDS by NICK BUTTERWORTH

HE HAS WONDERFUL DREAMS WHERE HE HAS FLYING RACES WITH A COUPLE OF SEAGULL FRIENDS

HE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FLY, BUT HE LOVES TO WATCH OTHERS WHO CAN by NICK BUTTERWORTH

HE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FLY, BUT HE LOVES TO WATCH OTHERS WHO CAN

I WONDER IF YOU ARE ANY BETTER AT NOTICING THINGS THAN THE OWL. THE MIRROR IS VERY STRANGE, IT CHANGES THINGS. CAN YOU SEE NINE THINGS THAT ARE DIFFERENT IN THE MIRROR'S REFLECTION? (THE OWL ONLY SPOTTED FOUR.) by NICK BUTTERWORTH

I WONDER IF YOU ARE ANY BETTER AT NOTICING THINGS THAN THE OWL. THE MIRROR IS VERY STRANGE, IT CHANGES THINGS. CAN YOU SEE NINE THINGS THAT ARE DIFFERENT IN THE MIRROR'S REFLECTION? (THE OWL ONLY SPOTTED FOUR.)