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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Bird Whispers and the Bird Whisperer by KC Morcom is a wonderful book that connects readers with nature in a unique and refreshing manner using poems, pictures, illustrations, and short rhyming stories. The book is educational and informative and the bird species profiles and bird watching tips will interest all bird lovers and bird watchers. The book has been divided into two parts; the first one is The Bird Whispers and the Bird Whisperer, and the second part is About Birds, and their ability to soar through the air will fascinate readers and will make them realize how even expert aviators are unable to match the natural skills of a bird. The section on Big Cats, Small Cats is equally interesting and informative and sheds light on the species.
The Bird Whispers and the Bird Whisperer is a real treat for all readers who love nature and birds, and I like the way KC Morcom knits in the short stories, poems, pictures, and illustrations seamlessly. The formatting is aesthetic and reveals the creativity and imagination of the author. Usually, topics like this are dealt with in a methodical and structured manner, giving it a textbook feel but this is so exciting to read; the formatting, the presentation, the words, the pictures all contribute to the appeal of this book. The rhythmic narration, melodious voice, and the colorful pictures make this a must-have on bookshelves and in libraries because of the manner in which the information is conveyed. It is a good way to encourage readers to protect birds and animals and connect with nature and its charm in an entertaining way. The tips on how to attract birds to your garden or yard are helpful when it comes to having birds around and observing them.