REVIEWS

I have included a list of reviews that my book has received below for you to read - just so you can see it's not just me who likes it!  The list is steadily growing and I am sure that more will be sure to follow:

Amazon reviews:

Reviews are regularly being added (much to my delight) on Amazon and you can check these out here:

Amazon Reader Reviews

Submit your own review on Amazon using this link >> Submit your own review here!

Birdhouse Reviews

Birdhouse reviews are a leading website dedicated all things related to bird houses.  They recently added a section for books and I am delighted to have 'The Birds at the Bottom of the Garden' feature as their first review. 

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Do stop by the site once you have read the review to have a look at the wealth of information about the best bird boxes, feeders and other related accessories whilst you are there.

www.birdhousereviews.com

Wildlife Wednesday - Interview and Review by Kate Limburn of Baby Routes.co.uk

CLICK HERE TO READ THE INTERVIEW WHICH FOLLOWS KATE'S REVIEW

You can visit Kate's superb website at www.babyroutes.co.uk

If you like strolling out with your little one, then this is the website for you - links to great walks, accommodation and other relevant content to get you ready and prepped for a great yomp in the wilds with your bairn.

Sunday Book Review by Mark Avery

CLICK HERE TO READ MARK'S REVIEW

Please also be sure to visit Mark's excellent blog and explore his website over at www.markavery.info

This is a fellow who does a sterling job on behalf of our creatures who just can't argue for themselves.

Book Review by Georgia Locock

CLICK HERE TO READ GEORGIA'S REVIEW

Please take a moment to browse Georgia's great wildlife watch blog at georgiaswildlifewatch.wordpress.com

Georgia oozes enthusiasm for everything that flaps, wriggles, crawls and scurries.  The world needs more like her!



2 comments:

  1. I purchased this book for my niece as a Christmas present, having chanced on some of the appealing illustrations.This is a lovely book, beautifully illustrated with pictures that will really appeal to young children (and their parents). Both fun and educational, the language used to write about the different birds is also well pitched to children from the youngest toddlers to about top infants (Year 2). Highly recommended.

    David Williams

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    1. Very many thanks, firstly for buying a copy, David, and secondly for taking the time to let me have your feedback both here and on Amazon. I'm so pleased you like it, just make sure your niece actually gets her present. :-)

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