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Angry Birds: Fed Up, Feathered, and Furious

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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Find out who’s had their feathers ruffled! This book unveils 50 real-life angry birds in funny and fascinating facts, while sharing top-secret tales about the online Angry Birds we all know and love. Work your way through the book’s increasingly angry ‘levels’, getting to know the annoyed from the outraged and the fiery from the furious! Discover the name, personality and background of each iconic Angry Bird and compare it to a real-life counterpart, in a unique book which combines the classic graphics of the hit game with beautiful National Geographic photography. Test your knowledge of the testiest of birds – and discover the world’s Angriest Bird!

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  1. Major Farnsworth C. Pippington III
    on 9 September 2020

    I like bird

    This book was an exquisite look into the absolutely fascinating existence of furious avian species.
    I especially loved the red one, it reminded me of my personal messenger pigeon Answorth D. Farlingsane XIV during the second world war, the way he swooped into battle to deliver key intelligence was truly inspiring and this book brought me back to my youth, if only for a split second.

    I am a proud owner of this fantastic and intriguing piece of non-fiction and even went as far as to take it to the senior's book club.
    Unfortunately, I was bullied by my peers as they had finished reading Huckleberry Fin and I was still reading children's books. I hope I can open their minds at some point but we shall see.

    5out of 5

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