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Books with title Animals in the Wild

  • In the Wild


    Paperback (Highlights Press, Oct. 1, 2013)
    Designed for expert puzzlers, this collection is packed with our trickiest, most mind-boggling Hidden Pictures puzzles—without picture clues! Each book contains more than 100 intricate puzzles paired with only a list of objects to find. And for true puzzle masters, 16 puzzles come with no hints at all. Just right for experienced puzzlers ready to advance to the next level of difficulty.
  • We the Animals

    Justin Torres

    Paperback (Mariner Books, Sept. 11, 2012)
    NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE In this groundbreaking debut, Justin Torres plunges us into the chaotic heart of one family, the intense bonds of three brothers, and the mythic effects of this fierce love on the people we must become. "We the Animals is a dark jewel of a book. It’s heartbreaking. It’s beautiful. It resembles no other book I’ve read.”—Michael Cunningham "A miracle in concentrated pages, you are going to read it again and again." —Dorothy Allison "Rumbles with lyric dynamite . . . Torres is a savage new talent." —Benjamin Percy, Esquire "A fiery ode to boyhood . . . A welterweight champ of a book." —NPR, Weekend Edition "A tremendously gifted writer whose highly personal voice should excite us in much the same way that Raymond Carver’s or Jeffrey Eugenides’s voice did when we first heard it." —Washington Post "A novel so honest, poetic, and tough that it makes you reexamine what it means to love and to hurt." —O, The Oprah Magazine "The communal howl of three young brothers sustains this sprint of a novel . . . A kind of incantation." —The New Yorker
  • We the Animals

    Justin Torres, Frankie J. Alvarez, Blackstone Audio, Inc.

    Audible Audiobook (Blackstone Audio, Inc., Sept. 1, 2011)
    An exquisite, blistering debut novel. Three brothers tear their way through childhood-smashing tomatoes all over each other, building kites from trash, hiding out when their parents do battle, tiptoeing around the house as their mother sleeps off her graveyard shift. Paps and Ma are from Brooklyn-he's Puerto Rican, she's white-and their love is a serious, dangerous thing that makes and unmakes a family many times. Life in this family is fierce and absorbing, full of chaos and heartbreak and the euphoria of belonging completely to one another. From the intense familial unity felt by a child to the profound alienation he endures as he begins to see the world, this beautiful novel reinvents the coming-of-age story in a way that is sly and punch-in-the-stomach powerful. Written in magical language with unforgettable images, this is a stunning exploration of the viscerally charged landscape of growing up, how deeply we are formed by our earliest bonds, and how we are ultimately propelled at escape velocity toward our futures.
  • Animals in the Water

    Caroline Davis

    Bath Book (B.E.S., April 17, 2009)
    Drop this amusing waterproof book in the water with baby's bath for a festival of noisy, splashing fun! Bright, humorous animal pictures appear on every floatable vinyl page, and a rattle embedded inside the book makes an amusing jingle that will evoke baby's laughter. Baby can see pictures of a crab, a starfish, a school of fish, an octopus, and a seahorse.
  • Wild Animals of the North

    Dieter Braun

    Hardcover (Flying Eye Books, June 7, 2016)
    The first in a pair of illustrated books covering the animals of the world, Wild Animals of the North features Dieter Braun’s beautiful drawings of northern animals accompanied by fun facts and clever descriptions that children will love!From the polar bears of the Arctic to the North American pumas and pandas in Asia, Wild Animals of the North takes children on an exciting journey of discovery. The stunning and accurate drawings show these animals in all their natural majesty and the witty and charming descriptions will teach children all about their new favorite animals!
  • Wild Animals

    Jenny Wren

    Board book (Sterling Children's Books, Feb. 6, 2018)
    FIRST EXPLORERS:With cool things to push, pull, and slide on the cover and each sturdy spread, plus fun facts on every page, this chunky board book gives children their first enticing taste of nonfiction! Kids can travel the world and visit their favorite animals, all while playing with this book’s wonderful interactive features. Journey from the hot, dusty grasslands where lions roam to the mountain forests where chimps and gorillas swing from the trees. Thanks to the tabs and wheels, kids will peer into a hippo’s mouth, gaze at a giraffe nibbling leaves, and help a stag run to safety.
  • Annie and the Wild Animals

    Jan Brett

    Hardcover (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, Oct. 11, 2012)
    A lively tale sure to be loved by fans of The Mitten Originally published in 1985, Annie and the Wild Animals is back in a large hardcover format with a striking new jacket that makes this new edition the perfect gift for young readers. Annie's cat, Taffy, disappears and she is lonely. She looks for a friendly, furry pet near the woods, but a giant moose, a grumpy bear and others show up to eat her corn cakes until they are all gone. They leave, and to Annie's surprise, out of the woods comes Taffy with her three new kittens.
  • Animals in the Forest

    Visiting Fellow John Wood

    Paperback (Kidhaven, Jan. 15, 2018)
    Readers learn about the various animal species that live in the forest through this enlightening text. They discover what these animals eat, how they survive in the wild, and where they build their homes. This accessible and age-appropriate text captures what its like being an animal living in the forest and also supports elementary science curriculum topics, including habitats and adaptations. In addition, full-color photographs of these animals in their natural habitats provide readers with a clear and creative visual element. This text is sure to captivate students looking to expand their understanding of creatures living in the forest.
  • Annie and the Wild Animals

    Jan Brett

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, March 26, 1989)
    When Annie's cat disappears, she attempts friendship with a variety of unsuitable woodland animals. The borders of the pages foretell the emergence of spring and the birth of kittens.
  • Wild Animals of the South

    Dieter Braun

    Hardcover (Flying Eye Books, May 9, 2017)
    Famous German illustrator Dieter Braun offers his readers an accurate representation of animals from the southern hemisphere in this gorgeously illustrated volume. Through his beautiful and colorful illustrations, readers will be dazzled by the giraffes and elephants in Africa, koalas and kangaroos in Australia, huge blue whales in the open oceans, and many more!
  • Wild Animals


    Board book (Campbell Books, June 30, 2016)
    From lions, elephants and monkeys to pandas, polar bears and kangaroos, Wild Animals is a large board book, with beautiful illustrations by Neiko Ng, jam-packed with amazing creatures!There are seven themed scenes: jungle, safari, sea, mountain, forest, desert, snow and ice - with sturdy tabs for young children to find their favourite pages. Children can then explore the big scenes, find the animals and read the name labels in the panels. With a daredevil tourist to spot on each scene, there is plenty here for parents and young children to talk about and return to again.Also available: Things That Go
  • We the Animals:

    Justin Torres

    Paperback (Mariner Books, Aug. 7, 2018)
    NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE BY JEREMIAH ZAGAR “A novel so honest, poetic, and tough that it makes you reexamine what it means to love and to hurt.” — O, The Oprah Magazine “The communal howl of three young brothers sustains this sprint of a novel . . . A kind of incantation.” — The New Yorker This “fiery ode to boyhood” (Scott Simon, NPR) tracks three brothers as they tear their way through childhood, growing up in the shadow of Paps and Ma and learning a kind of love that is serious, dangerous, unshakeable, glorious. A stunning exploration of how we are formed by our earliest bonds, We the Animals bears witness to Justin Torres’s serious talent and heralds him as a “brilliant, ferocious new voice” (Michael Cunningham). “A miracle in concentrated pages, you are going to read it again and again.” — Dorothy Allison “Rumbles with lyric dynamite . . . Torres is a savage new talent.” — Benjamin Percy, Esquire