Best Animals Books for 8 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 animals books for 8 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. Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans

by: Rush Limbaugh
Release date: Oct 29, 2013
Number of Pages: 224
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America’s #1 radio talk-show host and multi-million-copy #1 New York Times bestselling author presents a book for young readers with a history teacher who travels back in time to have adventures with exceptional Americans.

MEET RUSH LIMBAUGH’S REALLY GOOD PAL, RUSH REVERE!

Okay, okay, my name’s really Rusty—but my friends call me Rush. Rush Revere. Because I’ve always been the #1 fan of the coolest colonial dude ever, Paul Revere. Talk about a rock star—this guy wanted to protect young America so badly, he rode through those bumpy, cobblestone-y streets shouting “the British are coming!” On a horse. Top of his lungs. Wind blowing, rain streaming…

Well, you get the picture. But what if you could get the real picture—by actually going back in time and seeing with your own eyes how our great country came to be? Meeting the people who made it all happen—people like you and me?

Hold on to your pointy triangle hats, because you can—with me, Rush Revere, seemingly ordinary substitute history teacher, as your tour guide across time! “How?” you ask? Well, there’s this portal. And a horse. My talking horse named Liberty. And—well, just trust me, I’ll get us there.

We’ll begin by joining a shipload of brave families journeying on the Mayflower in 1620. Yawn? I don’t think so. 1620 was a pretty awesome time, and you’ll experience exactly what they did on that rough, dangerous ocean crossing. Together, we’ll ask the pilgrims all our questions, find out how they live, join them at the first Thanksgiving, and much more.

So saddle up and let’s ride! Our exceptional nation is waiting to be discovered all over again by exceptional young patriots—like you!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

2. Rush Revere and the First Patriots: Time-Travel Adventures With Exceptional Americans

by: Rush Limbaugh
Release date: Mar 11, 2014
Number of Pages: 256
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America’s #1 radio talk-show host and multi-million-copy #1 New York Times bestselling author presents the second book in a series for young readers with a history teacher who travels back in time to have adventures with exceptional Americans.

Rush Revere rides again! Saddle up with Rush Limbaugh’s really good pal for a new time-travel adventure.

“Whoa there, young historians! Before we go rush, rush, rushing off anywhere, I’d like a moment. I’m Liberty, Rush Revere’s loquacious equine companion—his trusty talking horse! Always at the ready to leap from the twenty-first century into America’s past, that’s me. When he says ‘Let’s go!’ I’m so there. I’m jazzed, I’m psyched, I’m—”

“Ah, excuse me, Liberty?”

“Yeah, Rush?”

“Usually you say ‘oh no, not again!’ and ‘while we’re in colonial Boston, can I try the baked beans?’”

“Okay, fine—you do the talking. I’ll just be over here, if you need me.…”

Well, he’s sulking now, but I couldn’t be your tour guide across time without Liberty! His name says it all: the freedom we celebrate every July Fourth with fireworks and hot dogs (and maybe some of those baked beans). But how did America get free? How did thirteen newborn colonies tell the British king where he could stick his unfair taxes?

Jump into the bustling streets of Boston in 1765, where talk of revolution is growing louder. I said LOUDER. You’ll have to SHOUT to be heard over the angry cries of “Down with the king!” and “Repeal the Stamp Act!” that fill the air. You’ll meet fierce supporters of liberty like Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and my idol, Paul Revere, as they fearlessly defy British rule. It’s an exciting, dangerous, turbulent, thrilling time to be an American…and exceptional young patriots like you won’t want to miss a minute. Let’s ride!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

3. Rush Revere and the American Revolution: Time-Travel Adventures With Exceptional Americans

by: Rush LimbaughKathryn Adams LimbaughKathryn Adams Limbaugh
Release date: Oct 28, 2014
Number of Pages: 257
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THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION HAS BEGUN—AND RUSH REVERE, LIBERTY THE HORSE, AND THE TIME-TRAVELING CREW ARE READY TO RIDE INTO THE ACTION!

Join us on this incredible time-travel adventure!

Liberty, my wisecracking horse, our old friends Cam, Tommy, Freedom, and I are off to meet some super-brave soldiers in the year 1775. Yep, that’s right. We’ll be visiting with the underdog heroes who fought for American independence, against all odds—and won! But not before eight very real years of danger and uncertainty. Be a part of Rush Revere’s crew as we rush, rush, rush into a time when British rule had become a royal pain, and rebellion was in the air. We’ll be on hand to see two lanterns hung in the Old North Church, prevent a British spy from capturing Paul Revere, and grapple with danger at the battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill.

The extra special part of this trip is that right here in the twenty-first century, Cam’s dad is a soldier fighting in Afghanistan, and Cam has been pretty angry that he is away. Visiting with exceptional American heroes like Dr. Joseph Warren and George Washington, racing along after Paul Revere on his midnight ride, and seeing the Declaration of Independence signed make Cam see his own dad in a new and special way.

But don’t worry. Along with the danger, excitement, and patriotism, there will still be time to stop for a delicious spinach, oats, and alfalfa smoothie. No, wait—that one’s for Liberty. The kids and I voted for strawberries.

Now let’s open the magic portal to the past!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

4. Bubba Heard a Mouse (Calling for Help) (Volume 1)

by: Bubba’s DadFaryn Hughes
Release date: Oct 05, 2016
Number of Pages: 60
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Bubba Heard a Mouse (Calling for Help) is the story of a little mouse in big trouble! When Little Mouse gets her tail caught in a rusty old trap late one night, no one can hear her calls for help … except for Bubba, a French Bulldog with big ears that never sleep. Cautiously coming to the rescue, Bubba finds that saving a little mouse is a lot harder and scarier than he imagined. So he sets out on a quest to get help from an incredible assortment of friends, including three fearless Frenchies, a couple of kind, thoughtful ones, too, a bacon-loving Pit Bull, an amazing surfer dog, a canine crime-fighter and a wise, mysterious Boston Terrier. Along the way, Bubba learns some very important lessons – like how to be brave when you’re afraid, how to be strong and gentle at the same time, and who to ask for help when you need help the most. A SPECIAL NOTE to parents, teachers and librarians: Bubba Heard a Mouse is an illustrated chapter book for AGES 4-8 that can also be read to younger children and enjoyed by older kids, too.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

5. Bunnicula in a Box: Bunnicula; Howliday Inn; The Celery Stalks at Midnight; Nighty-Nightmare; Return to Howliday Inn; Bunnicula Strikes Again; Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow (Bunnicula and Friends)

by: James HoweC. F. Payne
Release date: Aug 27, 2013
Number of Pages: 1136
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Lock up your veggies and get out your garlic—the complete Bunnicula collection is now available as a boxed set!

Something wicked this way hops… Join Harold, Howie, Chester, and of course, Bunnicula for seven thrilling adventures—all together for the first time in one fur-raising boxed set!

This complete collection includes paperback editions of Bunnicula, Howliday Inn, The Celery Stalks at Midnight, Nighty-Nightmare, Return to Howliday Inn, Bunnicula Strikes Again, and Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Rabbits

6. We All Went On Safari

by: Laurie KrebsJulia Cairns
Release date: Sep 01, 2004
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 > Animals > Lions, Tigers & Leopards

7. The Nearly Calamitous Taming of PZ: A laboratory dog’s search for love

by: Martha RitterMatt Ryan
Release date: Aug 11, 2014
Number of Pages: 237
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A charming, classic adventure tale about the scary, crazy, and heart-thumpingly joyful plunge into connecting with others

A mute, nameless foxhound has spent her life in a laboratory cage. She has never seen the sun. When she gets rescued, Dottie, a diva ladybug with a heart as big as her hat, helps the dog understand the world and find a home with Olivia, a restless, solitary girl seeking comfort that her new pet cannot supply.

The isolated dog and the hesitant girl must face their fear of connecting. They learn to tame each other, let go, survive adventures, and find the courage to trust as they search for their place in the sun.

The Nearly Calamitous Taming of PZ–lyrical and approachable, with resonant details–has both humor and heart. Although intended for children eight through twelve, its classic unfolding and off-beat characters tickle the fancy of adults as well. It is both an adventure story and a tale with many layers–about overcoming obstacles, mining experience for what matters, and doing what is necessary, though not always desirable, for friendship. Ultimately, it is about the joy of a hard-won connection.

The classic illustrations–with a contemporary edge–reflect this fresh, poignant, wise, and sometimes downright wacky book.

“Not since Kafka has an insect risen to this level of artistic genius.”–Dottie

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

8. A Kid’s Guide to Keeping Chickens: Best Breeds, Creating a Home, Care and Handling, Outdoor Fun, Crafts and Treats

by: Melissa Caughey
Release date: Apr 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 144
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Chickens make wonderful pets, and Melissa Caughey provides all the information kids need to raise healthy chickens and have lots of fun doing it. Covering everything from feeding, housing, and collecting eggs to quirky behaviors and humane treatment, Caughey’s engaging advice helps children understand the best ways to care for their chickens. Spark enthusiasm with creative activities like chicken forts and a veggie piñata for the flock, and feed more than the imagination with egg-centric dishes like Mexican egg pizza. 

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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

9. The Secret Life of a Snowflake: An Up-Close Look at the Art and Science of Snowflakes

by: Kenneth Libbrecht
Release date: Dec 08, 2011
Number of Pages: 50
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Double Tap to Zoom.

Before a snowflake melts on your tongue, it makes an epic journey. This is the story of that journey, step by step, from a single snowflake’s creation in the clouds, through its fall to earth, to its brief and sparkling appearance on a child’s mitten. Told by Kenneth Libbrecht, a scientist who knows snowflakes better than almost anyone, the story features his brilliant photographs of real snowflakes, snowflakes forming (in the author’s lab), water evaporating, clouds developing, ice crystals, rain, dew, and frost–all the elements of the world and weather that add up, flake by flake, to the white landscape of winter. Aimed at readers from 6 to 12, this spectacular full-color e-book gets to the heart of one of nature’s most magical phenomena while making the wonder of the snowflake all the more real.

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Photography

10. First Snow in the Woods: A Photographic Fantasy

by: Carl R. SamsJean Stoick
Release date: Oct 15, 2007
Number of Pages: 48
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Children of all ages will enjoy this enchanted tale of change by the wildlifephotographers/authors who created two New York Times bestsellers: Strangerin the Woods and Lost in the Woods.
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Nature

11. A Story for Bear

by: Dennis HaseleyJim LaMarche
Release date: Apr 01, 2002
Number of Pages: 32
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When a young bear finds a scrap of an old letter, he is so curious about the mysterious marks that he searches out their source–a cabin in the woods. There he meets a young woman and is mesmerized by the sound of her voice. Though he cannot understand her words, he returns every day to hear the woman’s stories of sailors, goddesses, and far-off lands.
Dennis Haseley’s magical fantasy and Jim LaMarche’s luminous illustrations together celebrate the joy of reading. A book sure to delight any child who has ever been read to.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Bears

12. Horse Diaries #7: Risky Chance

by: Alison HartRuth Sanderson
Release date: Sep 13, 2011
Number of Pages: 176
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For all lovers of horses and history, it’s the next book in the popular Horse Diaries series. Born in California at the start of the Great Depression, Risky Chance is a gray thoroughbred who was born to race. Life at the track and being spoiled by his jockey’s young daughter, Marie, is all Chance could ask for. He loves nothing more than running fast and winning. But after an accident, Chance discovers a side of horse racing that has little to do with glory.

Like Black Beauty, this moving novel is told in first person from the horse’s own point of view and includes an appendix full of photos and facts about thoroughbreds, horse racing, and the Great Depression.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

13. A Is for Musk Ox

by: Erin CabatinganMatthew Myers
Release date: Oct 16, 2012
Number of Pages: 36
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Musk Ox, our rambunctious anti-hero, literally chews through the cover of this anarchic alphabet book. Having eaten the apple that A was supposed to be for, he blithely inserts himself, claiming A is for Musk Ox—because musk oxen are Awesome and live in the Arctic, which includes Alaska! Zebra, his nemesis, is less than thrilled.

And so this cantankerous couple lead the reader on a romp through the alphabet with Musk Ox claiming every letter for himself, and Zebra doing his level best to keep him under control. Filled with Matthew Myers’s hilarious artwork with lots of hidden details for kids to explore, this may be the funniest alphabet book ever created.
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Children’s Books > Animals

14. The Odyssey

by: Gillian CrossNeil Packer
Release date: Sep 11, 2012
Number of Pages: 178
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A bold re-envisioning of The Odyssey, told with simplicity and style — perfect for fans of graphic retellings and mythology enthusiasts alike.

Odysseus faces storm and shipwreck, a terrifying man-eating Cyclops, the alluring but deadly Sirens, and the fury of the sea-god Poseidon as he makes his ten-year journey home from the Trojan War. While Odysseus struggles to make it home, his wife, Penelope, fights a different kind of battle as her palace is invaded by forceful, greedy men who tell her that Odysseus is dead and she must choose a new husband. Will Odysseus reach her in time? Homer’s epic, age-old story is powerfully told by Carnegie Medalist Gillian Cross and stunningly illustrated by rising talent Neil Packer.

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Children’s Books > Animals

15. Anatole

by: Eve Titus
Release date: Jan 12, 2010
Number of Pages: 32
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Anatole is a most honorable mouse. When he realizes that humans are upset by mice sampling their leftovers, he is shocked! He must provide for his beloved family–but he is determined to find a way to earn his supper. And so he heads for the tasting room at the Duvall Cheese Factory. On each cheese, he leaves a small note–“good,” “not so good,” “needs orange peel”–and signs his name. When workers at the Duvall factory find his notes in the morning, they are perplexed–but they realize that this mysterious Anatole has an exceptional palate and take his advice. Soon Duvall is making the best cheese in all of Paris! They would like to give Anatole a reward–if only they could find him…
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Children’s Books > Animals > Mice, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs & Squirrels

16. Pride’s Challenge (Thoroughbred Series #9)

by: Joanna Campbell
Release date: Apr 15, 1994
Number of Pages: 192
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After recovering from a dangerous, career-threatening injury, Pride faces a new challenge when the Townsends scheme to stop the horse from racing, and it is up to Samantha to save Pride.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

17. The View at the Zoo

by: Kathleen Long BostromGuy Francis
Release date: Mar 31, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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A new format for this humorous twist on a visit to the zoo.

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 to 8.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Zoos

18. Lightning’s Last Hope (Ashleigh, No. 1)

by: Joanna Campbell
Release date: Sep 09, 1998
Number of Pages: 176
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Before Thoroughbred, Ashleigh Griffen lived at Edgardale, her family’s farm in Kentucky. Nothing could be more perfect than life on the farm with her family, her favorite horses, and her best friend, Mona. Ashleigh loves helping with the horses–and dreaming of becoming a jockey some day…

Can Ashleigh protect Lighning?

Ashleigh Griffen thinks horses are the most wonderful animals in the world. She can’t imagine why anyone would want to hurt a horse. So when Ashleigh discovers Lighning living in a filthy stall on a neighbor’s farm, she can’t ignore the horse’s suffering.

Ashleigh knows Lighning isn’t her responsibility. But Ashleigh is sure that Lighning’s life is in danger is she stays with her abusive owner. How far will Ashleigh go to save the beautiful horse?

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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

19. Cat in the City

by: Julie SalamonJill Weber
Release date: Sep 04, 2014
Number of Pages: 208
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A tender and beautifully illustrated debut children’s book from a New York Times bestselling team

A city savvy stray cat named Pretty Boy has always managed to make it on his own. He’s as vain as they come, and he won’t admit to being dependent on anyone. But as he discovers the pleasures of friendship, he learns that home really is where the heart is. Or, at the very least, home is where his friends are. And with friends all around New York City, Pretty Boy will always have a place to call home.

The author and illustrator team who brought us the New York Times bestseller The Christmas Tree introduce an unforgettable animal adventure in the tradition of A Cricket in Times Square and The One and Only Ivan. The result is a story that will captivate readers of all ages with its warmth and wit.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Cats

20. Old Granny Fox (Dover Children’s Thrift Classics)

by: Thornton W. Burgess
Release date: Jun 23, 2010
Number of Pages: 96
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Winter’s here, and there’s a carpet of deep snow covering the Green Forest and the nearby meadow — which means Reddy Fox and Granny Fox are having trouble finding food. Reddy, of course, is full of reckless ideas, such as getting into Farmer Brown’s chicken house in daylight.
Using the wisdom she’s acquired over the years, Granny overrules many of Reddy’s foolhardy suggestions, taking the conceit out of a youngster who thinks he knows more than anyone else. Granny also teaches Reddy quite a bit about patience, common sense, and resourcefulness.
A timeless fable by master storyteller Thornton W. Burgess, Old Granny Fox will delight youngsters with an entertaining story while teaching important lessons — in a painless and enjoyable way — about wildlife, the environment, and personal conduct.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Foxes & Wolves

21. Fenway and Hattie

by: Victoria J. Coe
Release date: Feb 09, 2016
Number of Pages: 144
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This lovable new series introduces a little dog with a GIANT personality! 

Fenway is an excitable and endlessly energetic Jack Russell terrier. He lives in the city with Food Lady, Fetch Man, and—of course—his beloved short human and best-friend-in-the-world, Hattie. 

But when his family moves to the suburbs, Fenway faces a world of changes. He’s pretty pleased with the huge Dog Park behind his new home, but he’s not so happy about the Evil Squirrels that taunt him from the trees, the super-slippery Wicked Floor in the Eating Room, and the changes that have come over Hattie lately. Rather than playing with Fenway, she seems more interested in her new short human friend, Angel, and learning to play baseball. His friends in the Dog Park next door say Hattie is outgrowing him, but that can’t be right. And he’s going to prove it!

Get a dog’s-eye view of the world in this heartwarming, enthusiastic “tail” about two best friends.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

22. Caterpillar and Snail: Go on a BIG Adventure

by: Ellen Jenny Watkins
Release date: Nov 23, 2015
Number of Pages: 35
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PreS – Gr 3
Caterpillar and Snail tells the tale of what happens when we discover that no adventure is too big or too small to undertake if it’s what you’re called to do.

The underlying story of friendship serves as the backdrop for the larger message; there is much to be discovered about life and ourselves when we set out to follow our hearts — even when we don’t have all the answers or the perfect plan.

Children (Baby – 8 yrs) will respond to the characters’ charm and the warm, luminous hues of the pastel drawings. The discussion questions provided will allow parents and teachers to start a conversation about the story’s messages. Both will enjoy sharing the story again and again.

*A portion of the profits will go to BookSpring (BookSpring.org), a non-profit organization committed to providing reading experiences and resources to children and their families.

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Children’s Books > Animals

23. Eli

by: Bill Peet
Release date: Oct 29, 1984
Number of Pages: 48
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A proud but decrepit lion learns a lesson about friendship from the vultures he despises.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

24. There’s An Elephant In The Room

by: Cynthia Wilson RN
Release date: Apr 14, 2014
Number of Pages: 44
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Croy, the elephant, is being something that he is not until a friend comes along and teaches him that it is important to be himself.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Elephants

25. Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #3: Soul Eater

by: Michelle PaverGeoff Taylor
Release date: Feb 19, 2008
Number of Pages: 352
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It’s winter, and Wolf, Torak’s beloved pack-brother, has been captured by an unknown foe. In a desperate bid to rescue him, Torak and Renn must brave the frozen wilderness of the Far North.

As they battle for survival amid howling blizzards and the ever-present menace of the great white bear, their friendship is tested to the breaking point, and Torak is forced to get closer to his enemies than ever before. . . .

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Children’s Books > Animals > Foxes & Wolves

26. Who Took the Farmer’s Hat (Heath Reading)

by: Joan L. NodsetJoan M. LexauFritz Siebel
Release date: Jun 01, 1989
Number of Pages: 31
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The wind blows away the farmer’s hat and he finds it being used in a most surprising way.
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Children’s Books > Humor

27. Who’s a Pest?: A Homer Story

by: Crosby BonsallCrosby Bonsall
Release date: Apr 18, 1986
Number of Pages: 64
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I am not a pest!Everyone says Homer is a pest — especially his sisters, Lolly, Molly, Polly and Dolly. But Homer knows he isn’t and soon he has the chance to prove it!
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Children’s Books > Animals

28. The Bunny Rabbit In The Flower Garden

by: Casey JoKen Frederick
Release date: Nov 19, 2012
Number of Pages: 24
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A dog may be man’s best friend, but in this great story a bunny rabbit is a girl’s best friend.

The newest character to enter the children’s literary world is a friendly bunny rabbit. This heartwarming story takes readers from the scary days of pet abandonment to the happy and loving days of adoption and companionship.

Children are introduced to the responsibilities of pet care, the history of classical music and the joy of owning a pet.

The writing of this book is simple and accessible, yet proves to also present challenges to young readers to help their reading skills grow and blossom.

The pictures are bright, colorful and friendly. They capture the reader’s attention and also inspire them to create beautiful art of their own.

FREE Crossword Puzzle and Fill in the Blank Word Game are available with the purchase of The Bunny Rabbit in the Flower Garden by visiting http://bunnyrabbitbook.com/fun-stuff/

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Children’s Books > Animals > Pets

29. The Fairy Swarm (The Imaginary Veterinary)

by: Suzanne SelforsDan Santat
Release date: May 03, 2016
Number of Pages: 240
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“Ten-year-olds Ben Silverstein and Pearl Petal have had quite a busy summer as apprentices of Dr. Woo, veterinarian for imaginary creatures. When a swarm of sugar fairies escapes into Buttonville, Ben and Pearl must protect the townspeople, keep the fairies safe, and outsmart the dangerous poacher, Maximus Steele”–
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Children’s Books > Animals

30. The Mistmantle Chronicles, Book Five: Urchin and the Rage Tide

by: M.I. McAllister
Release date: Jul 20, 2010
Number of Pages: 272
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The animals of Mistmantle have enjoyed a long period of peace and prosperity since the violent Raven War. Their tranquility is disrupted when tidal waves threaten  to destroy the island. Mossberry, a squirrel with delusions of grandeur, sees the impending disaster as an opportunity to rise to power…and his reckless decisions will put many citizens in harm’s way. Urchin of the Riding Stars must stop Mossberry and usher everyone to safety before it is too late. Along the way, the ultimate sacrifice must be made for the survival of all. Deeply moving and packed with adventure, this is a fitting conclusion to the beloved Mistmantle Chronicles.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Mice, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs & Squirrels

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