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Angry Birds Playground: Dinosaurs: A Prehistoric Adventure!by National Geographic Childrens Books
Synopses & Reviews
Fly with your favorite Angry Birds characters as they travel back in time on a zany search to find their eggs. Kids will be hooked on this wacky mystery as they analyze and observe the wonderful world of dinosaurs as they are building basic skills through fun and fascinating activities.
National Geographic has partnered with Rovio, the creator of Angry Birds, one of the most popular mobile games. The app was downloaded over 648 million times in 2011.
Their products are some of the fastest-growing mobile games on the market. Angry Birds: Space was downloaded 50 million times in the first 35 days of release.
Created in consultation with educational experts, the book ties in with curriculum exercises for kindergarten ages with interactive pages in each chapter.
Using the colorful, bold design from the successful and award-winning National
Geographic Little Kids magazine, this is sure to catch the eye of children everywhere.
Fun, lively, yet educational text make Angry Birds: Dinosaurs both a learning experience for children and a fun activity for families.
It's an extraordinary day on Piggy Island because the Angry Birds haven't lost their eggs, they've found something amazing: a bone! Not a plain old bone—a huge and very old bone. What kind of giant creature could this bone have come from? That's a question for Mighty Eagle—the wisest bird they know. Join the Angry Birds on their imaginary trip through time to discover the most awesome animals ever to roam this planet: the dinosaurs! But why do the Angry Birds feel such a special bond with the ancient beasts? Maybe Mighty Eagle knows the answer!
About the Author
Jill Esbaum is the award-winning author of several books for young readers. Some of her titles for National Geographic include Everything Spring, Winter Wonderland, and Cherry Blossoms Say Spring. She lives on a farm near Dixon, Iowa.
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