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Child's Book of Water Birds by Anonymous is an enchanting and educational tale that introduces young readers to the wonderful world of water birds. Written with simplicity and filled with colorful illustrations, this book captures the attention and imagination of children.

The book takes readers on a journey through various habitats, from tranquil lakes to flowing rivers, where they encounter a diverse range of water birds. Each page introduces a different species, providing interesting facts about their appearance, behavior, and habitats. The author's ability to explain complex concepts in a clear and concise manner makes it easy for children to grasp and understand the information presented.

The illustrations in Child's Book of Water Birds are vibrant and engaging, featuring lifelike depictions of the birds in their natural environments. The attention to detail in each illustration truly brings the birds to life, allowing young readers to appreciate their beauty and uniqueness. The combination of text and visuals makes it an interactive reading experience that young children will thoroughly enjoy.

One admirable aspect of this book is its focus on conservation and the importance of preserving the habitats of water birds. Through simple yet powerful messages, children are encouraged to appreciate and respect these magnificent creatures and the environments they inhabit. This valuable lesson promotes a sense of responsibility and stewardship towards nature from an early age.

The overall structure of the book is well-organized, with each water bird receiving adequate attention and space on the page. The language used is suitable for young children, ensuring that they can easily comprehend the content. The short paragraphs and large font also make it accessible for emerging readers.

However, one drawback is the lack of a credited author for Child's Book of Water Birds. While the anonymity allows the focus to remain solely on the birds, it would have been beneficial to have the author's name for reference or future works.

In conclusion, Child's Book of Water Birds is a delightful and informative read that introduces children to the fascinating world of water birds. Its educational content, engaging illustrations, and conservation message make it a valuable addition to any child's bookshelf. This book provides an excellent opportunity for young readers to foster a love for nature and the creatures that inhabit it.

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The Swan is a very beautiful bird. It is generally white, though a black swan has been discovered in Australia. It is not very often seen in this country. It was brought from Asia and Eastern Europe into England from whence, most probably, a few specimens have been introduced into this country. The Swan is very graceful in the water, but on land it is an awkward waddler.



The Coot is generally found in large sheets of water, particularly if shaded by trees. The nest is a mass of flags, reeds, and grass, usually at the water's edge, but sometimes actually in the water. The Coot's eggs are generally seven in number. They are of a greenish white, spotted.



The Dabchick is a very timid bird, and when alarmed instantly dives, after which it is useless to look after the bird. It is easily domesticated, and is often seen placed as an ornament to ponds, where it swims about very merrily, and seems to enjoy a game of hide and seek with any one who is attempting to watch its movements.


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