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Facts about the animal kingdom? Then this list of nonfiction animal books is for them!
Nonfiction for kids is not always my scene but that is actually to your benefit since it takes a really good nonfiction book to keep me engaged! I looked long and hard through the library stacks to find the best variety of nonfiction books about animals.
Note: book covers and titles are affiliate links. How To Survive Like Firefly by Kristen Foote is quite a delightful and cleverly entertaining addition to the non-fiction scene that illuminates pun intended! Facts about fireflies are related to the reader as a teacher firefly instructs his pupa—er, I mean pupils. Animal rights activists will be relieved to know that no fireflies were harmed in the creation of this manual.
Ages 5 and up. Rodent Rascals by Roxie Munro.
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The illustrations of over 20 rodents are all life sized, which means at times only part of the rodent is shown. A short description of each picture includes interesting and memorable facts about the creature. Then again, perhaps it will encourage him to up the ante.
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Ages 4 and up. Mad about Monkeys by Owen Davey. Here are some nonfiction animal books for kids that will make designers go gaga. With a conversational tone, Davey provides a ton of information about the creatures, from their evolution, to the basics of where they live, what they eat, as well as specific characteristics of the different types of monkeys or cats.
Animalium by Jenny Broom. This wonderful oversized book is a fantastic choice for kids who love classification, and those who love the linger at natural history museums. Gorgeously accurate illustrations that evoke nature illustrations of the past take children and curious adults on a tour of of the animal kingdom.
Just wonderful. Ages 7 and up. I get it! Word play abounds in this rhyming book which also introduces kids to the fun words we use for different groups of animals. Although the illustrations are fantastical, the bouncy rhymes introduce animal names in a clever, engaging way. A tower of giraffes, anyone?
How about a prickle of porcupines? All nonfiction animal book lovers should head straight to the collection of books by Jenkins. I am highlighting one of his titles here but by no means should you confine yourself to one! Ages 4 and up other books vary.
Markle has a number of fine nonfiction books about animals that are essential for budding zoologists. I chose to highlight this title because I think kids will be fascinated about one way scientists learn about a new species.
Many people are always surprised that new animals can even still be discovered! Darling illustrations that design enthusiasts will love populate this book about—you guessed it—bugs. I love the bite sized should I say bug-sized?? I love this one as it makes an excellent reference book with gorgeous photography for every home nonfiction library!
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The Elephant Scientist. Adults will enjoy reading it just as much as the kids. This book is chock full of information for kids who are interested in the larger question of the intersection of animals, the environment and humans. Covering over 5. To complete his splashing jungle journey, Martin powered through the water for up to ten hours a day for 66 days!
The Amazon is home to a whole host of fascinating — and deadly!
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And what makes it super deadly? This area of immense natural beauty plays an important role in limiting climate change. This is because the rich vegetation takes carbon dioxide a greenhouse gas out of the air and releases oxygen. You can learn more about this in our feature on the lifecycle of plants! Due to the thickness of the canopy the top branches and leaves of the trees , the Amazon floor is in permanent darkness.