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Books with title Animals

  • Hello, Animals!

    Smriti Prasadam, Emily Bolam

    Board book (Tiger Tales., Sept. 7, 2010)
    A charming introduction to ten of baby's best-loved animals, featuring high contrast black-and-white patterns. A glittering burst of colored foil brings a vivid splash of color to every page. With first words to join in with, this stunning book will captivate sparkly little babies everywhere!
  • I Spy Animals

    Jean Marzollo, Walter Wick

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., Jan. 1, 2012)
    An I Spy 8x8 at $3.99!I SPY ANIMALS is based on the bestselling I SPY LITTLE ANIMALS. Toddlers and preschoolers can search photos from the original I Spy series for all kinds of animals.Simple picture clues and rhyming riddles guide the youngest readers through 13 interactive, fun-filled spreads.
  • Animal!

    DK, Smithsonian Institution

    Hardcover (DK Children, Sept. 6, 2016)
    Take a walk on the wild side with this amazing animal encyclopedia for children. From anteaters to zebras and everything in between, the jaw-dropping, heart-stopping world of the animal kingdom is explored in unforgettable images and comprehensive detail. Knowledge Encyclopedia Animal! showcases the range of life soaring the skies, climbing the mountains, stalking the grasslands, and swimming the seas. All kinds of species are seen in spectacular 3D images, alongside accessible fact files and supporting information about biology, habitats, and ecosystems. This standout DK reference encompasses a whole history of evolution and extinction, the classification of animals, the reasons insects are the world’s most successful creatures, the threats facing endangered animals, and a complete timeline of life on Earth. This beautiful book brings the natural world into your home, sparking a love of animals in children that will last a lifetime. Our furry and feathered friends can’t wait to meet you!
  • Noisy Animals

    Libby Walden, Tiger Tales

    Board book (Tiger Tales., Sept. 4, 2018)
    Touch, feel, and hear the animals in this interactive, sturdy board book. Young readers will love to explore this engaging book, packed with appealing photographs, fun facts, tactile textures, and exciting animal sounds!
  • Animals

    Chieri DeGregorio, Steve DeGregorio

    Board book (Penguin Workshop, Jan. 8, 2019)
    Get ready for an animal adventure with your little explorer! The Kids' Picture Show books, inspired by the hugely popular YouTube channel, introduce young readers to first words in cool 8-bit style.This sturdy board book, packed with images of animals, is the perfect introduction to creatures from around the world for babies and toddlers. The 8-bit illustration style makes the book even more fun and accessible for young children, and will also appeal to parents, grandparents, and everyone who has played classic video arcade games.
  • Animals

    Chiara Piroddi, Agnese Baruzzi

    Paperback (Sterling Children's Books, May 1, 2018)
    Children will have fun learning with this brightly colored, animal-focused activity book, created according to the Montessori Method! As they fill in every page, kids will develop their cognitive potential. Lots of animals live in the Chestnut Wood—from a fawn and a fox to a wild boar and a bear. They’re all different colors and sizes, and have their own habits, too. Young children will learn to recognize these woodland creatures as they color in a butterfly, count the porcupine’s quills, follow the hawk’s flight path, and place stickers everywhere!
  • Animals

    Ingela P Arrhenius

    Hardcover (Candlewick Studio, Sept. 27, 2016)
    Know someone who loves creatures? Animal lovers will fixate on this giant book presenting thirty-two big, bold images of friendly beasts.From a star of children’s design in Sweden comes an exquisite array of animals rendered with whimsy and stylish splendor. Every oversize page highlights a different specimen, from an adorable sheep to an elegant flamingo, from an endearing hippo to a silly-looking snake. Each animal’s name appears in a different eye-catching type treatment, making for an attractive graphic keepsake sure to find a prominent place in nurseries and bookshelves everywhere.
  • Night Animals

    Gianna Marino

    Hardcover (Viking Books for Young Readers, July 14, 2015)
    Something’s out there in the dark!First Possum hears it. Then Skunk. Then Wolf comes running.“What could it possibly be?” asks Bat.“Night Animals!” the animals declare.“But you are night animals,” Bat informs this not-so-smart crew.Children will love the oh-so-funny animals in this twist on a cozy bedtime book.
  • My Animals

    Xavier Deneux

    Board book (Twirl, April 5, 2016)
    "In one word: perfect." –Kirkus ReviewsBlack. White. Bright and just right for baby! The adorably illustrated animals, unexpected splashes of bright colors, and animal name labels on every spread with delight young readers again and again.• Interactive peek-a-boo holes allow toddlers to grab and turn each page themselves.• High-contrast illustrations perfect for developing eyes• Sturdy padded board book safe for baby and toddler hands• Encourages tactile exploration, hand-eye coordination, and helps develop cognitive skillsFans of the Baby Basics™ board book series will enjoy all the books including Jungle Animals, Farm Animals, and My Dreams.• Books for babies to 3-year olds• Books for preschool and kindergarten"Eye-catching and touchable." –Booklist
  • Animals

    Stuart Levine

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Jan. 12, 2014)
    The Hands on Science series provide students with background on key concepts in Science. Each title includes engaging hands on exercises that help bring the concepts to life for kids. Real World Science: Animals, provide information on the basic needs of animals, and the body parts and behaviors that help animals meet their needs.
  • Farm Animals

    Phoebe Dunn

    Board book (Random House Books for Young Readers, Feb. 12, 1984)
    Take an exciting adventure to the farm in Phoebe Dunn’s beloved photographic board book! Toddlers will love spending a day on the farm and learning the names of all the friendly animals in this beloved barnyard board book. With a fun array of rabbits, sheep, pigs, and more, this is one farm that little ones will want to visit over and over again.
  • Arctic Animals

    Tad Carpenter

    Board book (Sterling Children's Books, Oct. 13, 2015)
    He has big antlers, runs fast on hoofed feet, and likes to eat plants. Who's that? Is it a polar bear? A seal? No—it's a reindeer! Children will love guessing which arctic animal they'll find beneath the flap, including a walrus, fox, and snowy owl. A final spread features all the creatures included in the book having a polar party.