‘About Seabirds: A Guide for Children’ by Cathryn Sill, illustrated by John Sill, lends credibility to the power of nature and how it can be an appealing topic for kids. The writing is simple and clear, focusing on the main ideas of what seabirds are, including what they do, what they look like, what they eat, and more. The story includes a glossary and an afterword, the latter of which explains in further detail each and every image in the book (eighteen in all). There are penguins, terns, albatrosses, pelicans, and other seabirds depicted throughout the writing and images, all coming together to make for an informative, colorful read.
For readers who love learning new ideas and connecting words and images, ‘About Seabirds’ will check those boxes and allow for a simple, yet detailed overview of the beauty surrounding nature and birds.
You can find ‘About Seabirds: A Guide for Children’ by Cathryn Sill here.
*Review originally posted at YABookCentral.com*