With a new year comes a fresh start and a chance to get your kids more into birds, crafts and fun with Paper Birds: 10 Fun Feathery Friends to Pop Out and Make. Especially great for those bad weather days where everyone is stuck in the house!
From Olive the Owl (who loves breakfast but hates rainy days) to Hektor the nectar collector, Paper Birds brings you a gorgeously illustrated cast of feathery new friends to press-out, make, and play with. With a wide range of birdy buddies, including a flamingo, a parrot, a stork, a hawk, and a bluebird, each with its own perch, nest, flower, or treat, this gorgeously designed book is full of information about each bird’s unique personality, with likes and dislikes listed so you can really get to know each character in this book! Every bird is carefully crafted and beautifully illustrated and by following the simple step-by-step instructions you will have hours of fun making your new feathered friends
The best way to get a feel for this fun book is watching their short book promo video below.
Ruby Taylor is a designer, illustrator, and crafter. A graduate of Bristol UWE, she is based in London. Since graduating, she has worked on various projects and exhibitions and is a member of the Puck Collective. Ruby loves playful design, vintage children’s books, and distinctive colour palettes.
Kate Smith has worked for over 20 years in children’s publishing, specializing in novelty, interactive, and paper engineered formats. She ?lives in the historic Georgian?city of Bath in the UK.
Big Sis is 9 and can work with this book all on her own. It is listed for ages 8-11 and I feel that age range is pretty accurate as it does take the ability to read and cut, fold and glue correctly. Although Lil Sis at 6 enjoyed “helping” Big Sis play with this book. We just love arts and crafts in our house and this book was hours of fun. I think this book would also be great as an acitivty book to put into a backpack to entertain while traveling.