Welcome to the wonderful world of chickens! This beloved barnyard bird is full of surprises. Did you know some chickens are so small they can perch in the palm of your hand, and others have feathers that look like a beard? Chickens can learn to count up to four and have excellent hearing – many even like to listen to music!
With a playful tone and irresistibly charming illustrations by rising star Camilla Pintonato, this lively visual encyclopaedia presents chickens in all of their feathered glory. Chickenology takes young readers on a fascinating and informative tour of chickens. Discover the incredible variety of chickens with different origins, breeds, and feather patterns; delve into chicken anatomy and evolution; and even learn the basics of chicken care.
21 x 27cm
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