Birds of the Air

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Please note a special bundle including Birds of the Air and its picture-book companion, Natural History Pictures for a Living Education, is also available.

Birds of the Air is the fourth book in a much-loved and delightful series of natural history lessons for children, first published in the late nineteenth century by Arabella Buckley. The narrative follows the progression of birdlife in the United Kingdom, from the building of the nests; the laying of the eggs; the birth of the chicks; and the rearing of their young.

To accompany the reading of this book we highly recommend its picture-book companion, Natural History Pictures for a Living Education: Birds of the Air, which can be purchased individually or as part of a special bundle here.

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Birds of the Air – Digital
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Birds of the Air – Print
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Short chapters simple language, and a chatty writing style makes Birds of the Air a popular natural history lesson text for home educating parents and students the world over, particularly among those using a Charlotte Mason educational philosophy in their homes. This new edition has been edited to bring it up to date for students of the twenty-first century.

As an aid to accompany the text, we highly recommend Natural History Pictures for a Living Education: Birds of the Air, a compilation of photographs exclusively arranged for use alongside the book. Footnotes are littered throughout Birds of the Air, indicating when a picture is available to supplement the text.

Additional information

Book Type

Digital, Print

Format

PDF, Paperback

Page count

65 pages

Print Product Size

A5 (5.83 x 8.27 in. / 148 x 210 mm)

First Published

May 2022

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