Children love animals, and what better way to learn about them than in a book! Here are a bunch of picture books sure to pique young readers’ interest:
Browsing: ages 3 & up
Even the littlest of littles, love books. They help build vocabulary and help families bond. These books are great fun for newborns and up.
It finally feels like spring! The following are some spectacular picture books that will help young readers embrace all nature has to offer.
We Are (Not) Friends is the fourth book in the charming You Are (Not) Small picture book series by Anna Kang and Christopher Weyant.
There are a number of charming picture book books out that are perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day with the one you love.
There’s more to museums than meets the eye, especially at night. In Sleepover at the Museum three friends get to explore a museum when no one else is there.
Our nightly reads follow a theme, and right now, that includes books about snow. First Snow, Little Owl’s Snow, and Good Morning, Snowplow! are among them.
What makes you special? One little bear discovers it’s who you are that matters in Harold Loves His Woolly Hat, by Vern Kousky.
Giraffe Problems is the companion book to Jory John and Lane Smith’s Penguin Problems and features the same charm as its predecessor.