The Inidgo Bird Board Book


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An great sturdy and durable board book suitable for the young babies or early readers. This book gives you a great insight and story about the Takahe , a New Zealand native bird once believed to be extinct then mircaculously rediscovered. Written and illustrated  by Helen Taylor.

All of his friends are looking for him along the way. See if you can spot the Takahe too as he may be hiding. Meet up with a Fantail  , Tui , a Kakapo,  and a pukeko all happily trying to find him.In spite of his brilliant blue feathers, Takahe is very good at hiding 

Fantail is looking for Takahe but where can he be?
Is he playing with Weka in the snow, or maybe dancing with Kakapo in the glow of the moon?
Perhaps he is splashing through puddles with long-legged Pukeko?
Look VERY carefully at all the illustrations - could Takahe have been here all along?
This book is a  look-and-find story inspired by the incredible true history of New Zealand's flightless and indigo-feathered takahe. Once thought to be extinct, it was rediscovered in 1948 in the Murchison Mountains of Fiordland - the takahe showing just how good at hiding it is!

Suitable Age : babies +

SKU: 10288

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