Another pocket book on birds, and a Christmas present to boot. Compared to the Dorling Kindersley book I bought previously, it's smaller and thicker, and does a bird-a-page approach, roughly organised by some grouping of birds I don't really understand. It's pretty comprehensive, or at least I know there are a bunch of birds I'm never going to see in here. Is it any good? What do I know? I'm no expert. :) I like it, though.