Best Animals Books for 3 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 animals books for 3 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Little Blue Truck

by: Alice SchertleJill McElmurry
Release date: May 01, 2008
Number of Pages: 32
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Beep! Beep! Beep! Meet Blue. A muddy country road is no match for this little pick up–that is, until he gets stuck while pushing a dump truck out of the muck. Luckily, Blue has made a pack of farm animal friends along his route. And they’re willing to whatever it takes to get their pal back on the road.
Filled with truck sounds and animals noises, here is a rollicking homage to the power of friendship and the rewards of helping others.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Farm Animals

2. Little Blue Truck Lap Board Book

by: Alice SchertleJill McElmurry
Release date: Mar 03, 2015
Number of Pages: 30
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Beep! Beep! Beep! Meet Blue. A muddy country road is no match for this little pick up–that is, until he gets stuck while pushing a dump truck out of the muck. Luckily, Blue has made a pack of farm animal friends along his route. And they’re willing to whatever it takes to get their pal back on the road.
Filled with truck sounds and animals noises, here is a rollicking homage to the power of friendship and the rewards of helping others.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Farm Animals

3. A Bucket of Blessings

by: Kabir SehgalSurishtha SehgalJing Jing TsongMaya Angelou
Release date: Apr 29, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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A beautiful myth from India comes to life in this enchanting, New York Times bestselling picture book.

Near a majestic mountain in a vast jungle with many mango trees, it has not rained for weeks and weeks. The village well and pond are dry. Monkey and his friends look everywhere for water, but they have no luck. And then Monkey remembers a story his mama used to tell him, a story about how peacocks can make it rain by dancing. So he sets out to see if the story is true…

This little-known legend, told with dramatic rhythm and illustrated with the colors and textures of India, is sure to delight and inspire.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Apes & Monkeys

4. Mother Bruce

by: Ryan T. HigginsRyan T. Higgins
Release date: Nov 24, 2015
Number of Pages: 48
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Bruce the bear likes to keep to himself. That, and eat eggs. But when his hard-boiled goose eggs turn out to be real, live goslings, he starts to lose his appetite. And even worse, the goslings are convinced he’s their mother. Bruce tries to get the geese to go south, but he can’t seem to rid himself of his new companions. What’s a bear to do?
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Children’s Books > Animals > Bears

5. I Will Surprise My Friend! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)

by: Mo WillemsMo Willems
Release date: Jun 03, 2008
Number of Pages: 64
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Gerald is careful. Piggie is not.
Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can.
Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to.

Gerald and Piggie are best friends.


In I Will Surprise My Friend!, Gerald and Piggie want to play a game and surprise each other-but the biggest surprise is the one they least expect.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Elephants

6. We All Went on Safari (Travel the World)

by: Laurie KrebsJulia Cairns
Release date: Feb 01, 2003
Number of Pages: 32
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Join Arusha, Mosi, Tumpe and their Maasai friends as they set out on a counting journey through the grasslands of Tanzania. Along the way, the children encounter all sorts of animals including elephants, lions and monkeys, while counting from one to ten in both English and Swahili. The lively, rhyming text is accompanied by an illustrated guide to counting in Swahili, a map, notes about each of the animals, and interesting facts about Tanzania and the Maasai people.
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Children’s Books > Geography & Cultures > Explore the World > Africa

7. You Should, You Should

by: Ginny Tilby
Release date: Oct 01, 2013
Number of Pages: 32
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Hippo’s morning starts off good,
until friends say, “You should! You should!”
You should prance! You should sing!
Wear this hat! Stretch your wing!
Though Hippo wants to be a friend,
he wonders when the shoulds will end.

Hippo and friends will soon find out
that being yourself is what life’s about.

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Children’s Books > Animals

8. Zen Pig: Volume 1 / Issue 1

by: Mark BrownAmy Brown
Release date: Apr 15, 2015
Number of Pages: 30
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“Care for each other
As much as yourself
And never lose sight,
That love is true wealth.”
These are the wise words of “Zen Pig” – the critically-acclaimed children’s book character that teaches children compassion, gratitude, and mindfulness in easy to understand language and is brought to life in beautiful minimalist art. 
“Zen Pig” also teaches the fulfillment that comes with giving back; partnering with the non-profit Know.Think.Act. each PRINT copy sold provides 10 people access to clean water for 1 year! 
Here’s what real, unpaid parents are saying about Zen Pig:
“Zen Pig is a phenomenal book. The illustrations are beautiful, and the simple, yet powerful message is even more beautiful.” 
-Sean, Franklin, TN
“Zen Pig is a fun, modern approach to teaching kids life lessons.”
-Tina, Chesapeake, VA
“Such a wonderful heart-filled message that everyone (from 1 – 100) needs to hear! I absolutely love it and can’t wait to gift it to friends! 
-Courtney, Nashville, TN

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Children’s Books > Animals

9. Slinky Malinki Open the Door (Hairy Maclary and Friends)

by: Lynley Dodd
Release date: Jul 28, 2009
Number of Pages: 32
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When Slinky Malinki and Stickybeak Sid are left in the house on their own, they cause absolute mayhem by opening all the carefully shut doors in the house – and leave a trail of destruction from bathroom to bedroom to kitchen. But then Slinky Malinki opens the final door and comes face to face with his old adversary – Hairy Maclary!
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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

10. Rory the Dinosaur: Me and My Dad

by: Liz Climo
Release date: May 05, 2015
Number of Pages: 40
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Meet Rory, the dinosaur. He loves spending time with his dad, but today he wants to go on his own adventure and explore his island home. He can’t wait to tell his dad all about the things he can do all by himself, from crossing rivers to finding shelter from the rain. Little does Rory know, his father is never far behind. There’s nothing Rory’s dad won’t do for his intrepid son–he’ll even let him think he’s made the journey all by himself.
Comic artist Liz Climo celebrates the bond between father and child with her adorable, deceptively simple illustrations and her timeless story of a child’s quest for independence.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Dinosaurs

11. Ladybug Girl and Bingo

by: Jacky DavisDavid Soman
Release date: May 01, 2012
Number of Pages: 40
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This hardcover picture book in the New York Times bestselling Ladybug Girl series explores the theme of responsibility for a pet and the fun of a first camping trip.
 
Lulu and her dog Bingo the basset hound are best friends. Whenever they play outside, Bingo always stays close by Lulu’s side. When they go camping for the first time, Lulu does her best to be responsible and hold tight to Bingo’s leash. But what happens when Bingo wants to explore the forest on his own and runs off? This is a job for Ladybug Girl! She will find Bingo in time for toasting marshmallows at the campfire. 
 
For fans of Fancy Nancy and Toot and Puddle, the Ladybug Girl series honors a love of the outdoors, family, and creativity!
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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

12. There Was an Old Dragon Who Swallowed a Knight

by: Penny Parker KlostermannBen Mantle
Release date: Aug 04, 2015
Number of Pages: 40
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We all know that “there was an old lady” who swallowed lots of things. Now meet the old dragon who swallows pretty much an entire kingdom! Will he ever learn a little moderation?! This rollicking rhyme is full to bursting with sight gags, silly characters, and plenty of burps! Parents and kids alike will delight in Ben Mantle’s precisely funny illustrations and in Penny Parker Klostermann’s wacky rhymes.

In days of yore, before a certain fly’s ultimately fatal encounter with an Old Lady, there was an old dragon who felt rather peckish. “There was an old dragon who swallowed a knight. / I don’t know why he swallowed the knight // It’s not polite!” He follows the knight with the knight’s steed (“that galloped around at a terrible speed”). Then a squire, a cook, a lady, a castle, and finally a moat are each swallowed in turn. But…”With all of that water, he started to bloat. / And that’s when the dragon roared, and I quote: / ‘Okay, enough! I’ve had enough— / More than enough of this swallowing stuff!’ ” So realizing that eating all those things might have been “a tad impolite,” the old dragon burps them all out in reverse except the knight (which is “ahhh…just right”). Klostermann’s debut is a rollicking and warped Medieval take on the well-worn cumulative rhyme. Prolific British animator and illustrator Mantle’s expressive and bright cartoon illustrations of the red, horned dragon (and the contents of his stomach) are a perfect match. The antics within the dragon’s stomach—every image of the steed is accompanied by a little “clippity, clippity, clippity, clop” in teeny type—and his copious burping will leave ’em laughing. No matter how many swallowed-fly titles you own, this one belongs on your shelf too. KIrkus, May 1,2015

From the Hardcover edition.

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Children’s Books > Animals

13. Hepburn the Downtown Dog

by: Amanda DrewryMary Lou MathewsMorgan Cash
Release date: Jun 06, 2016
Number of Pages: 46
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Hepburn is the cutest, friendliest, four-legged guy in Nashville, Tennessee! However, that was not always the case. He faces bullying and not fitting in until he is adopted by Miss Amanda and brought to his new home where he becomes a Downtown Dog and finds where he belongs!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

14. Lonely Lola Ladybug

by: Mary Jo Beswick
Release date: Apr 07, 2015
Number of Pages: 37
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Winner of the Vinnie Ream Award from the National League of American Pen Women.

Lola is a lonely ladybug in need of a friend but afraid to leave her safe little nook in the big green tree.

One day, encouraged by a lively party of ants, Lola decides she must be brave and venture out beyond her nook.

She loads her backpack, gathers her courage and int into the big green tree she goes in search of a friend.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Bugs & Spiders

15. Cat Says Meow: And Other Animalopoeia

by: Michael Arndt
Release date: Mar 04, 2014
Number of Pages: 36
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Dog says woof . . . pig says oink . . . cow says moo. Animals and the sounds they make are paired up in playfully compelling ways in this eye-catching illustrated gift book featuring bold colors and an engaging use of onomatopoeia. Kids and parents will delight in discovering the ways in which the letters that spell out each animal’s sound are key elements of that animal’s illustration. With so much to see and to sound out, kids will relish this unique visual and educational experience, brimming with color and letters. Plus, this is a fixed-format version of the book, which looks nearly identical to the print version.
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Children’s Books > Animals

16. Joone

by: Emily Kate Moon
Release date: Jun 27, 2013
Number of Pages: 32
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Joone likes the color orange, ice-cream sandwiches, and playing outside. She lives in a yurt with her grandfather and her pet turtle, Dr. Chin, who rides around on her hat. Grandpa teaches Joone something new every day. Sometimes Joone teaches him something new, too, like how to make a daisy chain. Together they enjoy life’s small joys—sunsets, tree houses, and most of all, each other.

Emily Kate Moon’s debut picture book is a charming tribute to the outdoors and a tender portrait of a grandfather and granddaughter’s loving relationship. Fans of Ladybug Girl, Freckleface Strawberry, and even Dora the Explorer will fall in love with this independent, free-spirited little girl.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Turtles

17. Penguin on Vacation

by: Salina YoonSalina Yoon
Release date: Aug 20, 2013
Number of Pages: 34
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Penguin’s tired of the snow and cold–so he decides to go on vacation! But where should he go? And what new friends will he meet along the way?

Seasoned illustrator Salina Yoon’s spare text and bright, energetic illustrations bring this favorite character to life, ensuring that readers will be clamoring for more Penguin stories–whether they find their home in the cold or the warm.

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Children’s Books > Animals

18. The Amazing Flight of Little Ray

by: V.R. Duin
Release date: Feb 02, 2012
Number of Pages: 24
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Acclaimed children’s author V. R. Duin does it again in The Amazing Flight of Little Ray, a frolicking, fabulously fun, and flighty tale of what a bored stingray will do to spice up his day. Capturing the very best of rhyme and alliteration, V. R. Duin brings yet another larger than life character to the page to spark beginning readers’ imaginations. Little Ray can’t think of anything better to do today than fly the friendly skies. The only thing holding him back is the fact that he is a sea-bound stingray, which, for him, proves to be only a minor setback. When he hurls himself into the air, it will take a little luck, a little ingenuity, and some feathery help from above to return him to the cool salty waters. Thank goodness, Little Ray has a lot of gumption and even more panache; it will come in handy during this soaring adventure.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Marine Life

19. Too Many Frogs

by: Sandy AsherKeith Graves
Release date: Feb 17, 2005
Number of Pages: 32
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Rabbit lives alone. He cooks for himself, cleans up for himself, and at the end of the day, reads himself a story. It’s a simple life, and he likes it. But one evening, Froggie shows up at his door. He wants to listen to Rabbit’s story, too. While eating a snack-or three. While lounging on a pillow-or ten. And bringing over his family-dozens and dozens of frogs! Rabbit has finally had enough; Froggie will have to go! But when he sits down alone to read himself a story, Rabbit realizes something is missing: someone to listen; someone to share a wonderful story.
Keith Graves’ boisterous, humor-filled artwork lends just the right touch to this multilayered tale that celebrates the joy of reading aloud.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Frogs & Toads

20. One-Dog Canoe

by: Mary CasanovaArd Hoyt
Release date: May 26, 2009
Number of Pages: 32
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I set off one morning in my little red canoe.
My dog wagged his tail.
“Can I come, too?”
“You bet,” I said.
“A trip for two?just me and you.”

When a girl and her dog set out on a canoe trip together, they’re expecting a quiet afternoon for two. Then a beaver decides to join them, even when the girl protests that “It’s a one-dog canoe.” And when a loon, and a wolf, and a bear, and a moose all ask for a ride, it’s almost too much. But they all manage to fit in this one-dog canoe?until a frog comes along. . . .

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

21. Rudy’s New Human

by: Roxanna EldenGinger Seehafer
Release date: Jan 05, 2016
Number of Pages: 32
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Life was good for Rudy the dog?until the new baby arrived . . .

Rudy loves being top dog in his family of three. When Rudy’s human parents tell him that they are having a baby, Rudy thinks the newest member of the family will be interested in the same games he likes?chewing bones, chasing cats, and playing fetch. But Rudy’s new human is not what he expected! The baby cuts into Rudy’s naptime, gets him in trouble, and, worst of all, steals the spotlight! Will Rudy ever find his place again in his family now that he’s sharing it with the new human?

Rudy’s New Human is a sweet and humorous story that helps older siblings to learn to share parents’ attention?and maybe even become friends with a new family member.

Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers?picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

22. The View at the Zoo

by: Kathleen Long BostromGuy Francis
Release date: Apr 01, 2011
Number of Pages: 32
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In this humorous twist on a visit to the zoo, just who has the more interesting view?

As morning dawns, the zookeeper makes his rounds, exhorting the animals to wake up, comb their hair, and stand up straight. Soon their human visitors arrive, and the observations begin to flow:

My, what silly things they do, all these creatures at the zoo. Walking on all kinds of feet, dancing to an inner beat. Babies riding on their backs, on their bellies, snug in sacks. Hear the silly sounds they speak, as they howl and squawk and shriek!

But just who is talking about whom?

With a clever twist of text and bright and festive illustrations, this picture book will have children begging for a trip to the zoo. Ages 4-8.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Zoos

23. Where’s My Sweetie Pie?

by: Ed Emberley
Release date: Jan 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 14
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I’ve looked low,
I’ve looked high, but…
Where’s my sweetie pie?

Little ones will love listening and playing along with this adorable lift-the-flap book from beloved Caldecott Award-winning author/illustrator, Ed Emberley. Featuring a heart-shaped die-cut on the front cover and seven fun lift-the-flaps inside, this interactive board book shows a variety of cuddly critters hiding in all different places-but there’s no sweetie pie to be found! The anticipation of what’s hiding on the next page will keep kids guessing and giggling all the way to the surprise ending-when a double lift-the-flap reveals a heart-shaped mirror and shows who the real sweetie pie is!

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Children’s Books > Holidays & Celebrations > Valentine’s Day

24. A House in the Woods

by: Inga Moore
Release date: Nov 08, 2011
Number of Pages: 48
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It’s nice to have your friends move in, but. . . . A sweet, wry tale of cooperation and camaraderie, told with pastoral artwork by Inga Moore.

One little pig has made a little den for herself in the woods, and another little pig has a small hut next door. One morning they return from a walk to find that their big friend Bear has moved into the den and an even larger Moose into the hut. CRASH! With both homes collapsed, they’re all in a pickle–but what if they find a way to build a house in the woods that all four of them can share? With lush, whimsically detailed illustrations and a cast of endearing, industrious (and most accommodating!) characters, Inga Moore constructs an inviting story of friendship that kids will be happy to visit awhile.

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Children’s Books > Animals

25. Jan Brett’s Snowy Treasury

by: Jan BrettJan Brett
Release date: Oct 05, 2009
Number of Pages: 144
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Four of Jan Brett’s bestsellers together in a gorgeous treasury.

Jan Brett’s fans count her “snowy” books set in irresistible winter landscapes among their favorites. Now they can own a beautiful edition containing four of her bestselling titles: Gingerbread Baby, The Mitten, The Hat and The Three Snow Bears, set in Switzerland, the Ukraine, Denmark and the Arctic, respectively. Memorable characters, such as the mischievous Gingerbread Baby, the woodland animals in Nicki’s white mitten, Hedgie and the farm animals, and the three polar bears and an Inuit “Goldilocks,” star in picture books perfect for sharing and reading aloud. A beautiful gift for the holidays and beyond.

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Children’s Books > Animals

26. The House that Mouse Built

by: Maggie RudyPam AbramsBruce Wolf
Release date: Mar 29, 2011
Number of Pages: 32
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Welcome to the painstakingly crafted teeny, tiny world of Mouse.

Mouse and Musetta are the sweetest pair of rodents you’ll ever lay eyes on. This is the story of how they met and came to live in a fabulously turned-out loaf of bread. Each lovingly crafted scene is packed with incredible details—from the salt shaker end table to the walnut shell cabinets (with hinges!) to the postage stamp art. Really, how could Musetta resist popping in for a nibble of the cheese that lay on the table, that stood in the house…that Mouse built?

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Children’s Books > Animals > Mice, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs & Squirrels

27. Me with You (Little Letters)

by: Kristy DempseyChristopher Denise
Release date: Mar 21, 2013
Number of Pages: 32
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NOTE: This book is a tiny mailable book. The dimensions of the book is 5" x 4"
 

Here is a special twosome. From tea time to game time, in singing or swinging, in the good times and even the grumpy ones, too, this granddaughter knows her grandpa loves her. Indeed they are a pair beyond compare. With simple rhymes and delightfully charming illustrations, Me with You celebrates the sure love that comes from a grandfather and grandchild who dare to be completely themselves, while knowing that, together, they are even more! This charming picture book is now available in a new gift paperback format, which allows you to personalize the book and send it to someone special. The gatefold cover has space for you to write a message and sign the book. Then fill in the mailing address, affix postage stamps, and drop it in the mail.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Bears

28. Kiss Kiss! (Classic Board Books)

by: Margaret WildBridget Strevens-Marzo
Release date: Dec 16, 2008
Number of Pages: 26
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In this board book edition of a simple and sweet picture book, Baby Hippo sets out one morning to wander through the jungle. As he passes different pairs of animal parents and babies, he hears “Kiss, kiss!” Finally, he realizes what forgot to do! He goes back the way he came to give his mama a big kiss!
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Children’s Books > Animals

29. The Bear Cub and the Ducklings: Fun Rhyming Bedtime Story – Picture Book / Beginner Reader (for ages 3-6) (Top of the Wardrobe Gang Picture 10)

by: Melinda KinsmanMelinda Kinsman
Release date: Apr 02, 2016
Number of Pages: 44
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A fun new book for young fans of “Molly Mouse and the Bear Cub”!

Molly and her best friend, Cyril the Squirrel, are waiting for baby ducklings to be born on the farm near to their homes.

Molly and Cyril rush
STRAIGHT to the FARM,
To make CERTAIN the DUCK eggs
have COME to no HARM.

This is an exciting rhyming story about a tiny but brave mouse and her friends. It is sure to become a favorite bedtime read.

Molly always wants to help others, but what happens when she and Cyril decide to defend the duck eggs by taking on a gang of weasels?

The book will help to teach your children about being kind and helpful. It will also show them why it is sometimes very good to have friends! The story and following nature notes are a great way to introduce some simple facts about ducklings to young children.

  • What do the weasels want to do with Molly and Cyril?
  • Why does a young bear cub appear on the farm?
  • What happens to the duck eggs?
  • What happens the next morning?
  • What do the other woodland animals want to ask the bear cub?


Read on to find out more…

Written in a smooth rhyming rhythm, this is a fun “read aloud” book for adults to enjoy reading to younger children. The story is brightly illustrated on every page, and the verses are short and simple enough for beginner readers to tackle.

Kids can take P.D. Monkey’s latest challenge, by seeing if they can spot the brown feather that he has hidden on every page. For extra fun and learning, a few simple Nature Notes and Duckling Puzzles are included after the story.

If you’d like to find out about how Molly and the bear cub became friends, then check out the previous book in the series, “Molly Mouse and the Bear Cub.”

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Checkout other books in this series
Book 1 – Monster Mayhem
Book 2 – The Night of the Magical Flight
Book 3 – Pirates Don’t Knit!
Book 4 – Aliens Love Astronauts
Book 5 – The Prince and his Dragon
Book 6 – Meet the Gang!
Book 7 – On the Run from Santa
Book 8 – Cyril the Squirrel and the Nut Thieves
Book 9 – Molly Mouse and the Bear Cub

=> Although the eBook version of this picture book can be read on a black and white Kindle, for the best reader experience we recommend viewing it in color.

***Please note that this particular eBook in the series is written with English spellings and terms suitable for both US and British readers. PRINT versions of the book (containing additional content) will soon be available in both US and British English options.***
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Children’s Books > Animals > Ducks & Other Waterfowl

30. A Dog-Gone Tale

by: Randy RupertRobert Rath
Release date: Dec 15, 2011
Number of Pages: 32
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A Dog Gone Tale is the lively story of three pups who go on an exciting adventure and learn a very valuable lesson along the way. The three friends Bernie the St. Bernard, Goldie the golden retriever, and Peaches the poodle romp in the park, chasing squirrels and playing fetch. They are so caught up in the fun that they forget their parents most important rule: don t wander off. The trio realize their mistake and try to retrace their steps but they are lost. Sticking together, the pups journey through town in search for their parents, hoping to find a way home. With ingenuity, and some luck, they reunite with their parents and realize the importance of not wandering off. When the author Randy Rupert s son was 3, Rupert created the Dog Story to help teach the toddler the importance of not wandering off, in a way he d understand. His son s love of the tale inspired Rupert to publish it in a book. Rupert hopes it will help other parents teach a valuable lesson to their own kids.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

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