Best History Books for 3 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 history 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. Goodnight Aggieland

by: Mark &amp Cimbrey Brannan,Matt Gardner
Release date: Nov 21, 2011
Number of Pages: 36
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A salute to the unique traditions and values of Texas A&M University. Fully illustrated, featuring the beloved mascot, Reveille. This is a book that Former Students, fans and young children alike will embrace.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > State & Local

2. Fall is Not Easy

by: Marty KelleyMarty Kelley
Release date: Sep 01, 1998
Number of Pages: 32
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You’ve got to feel sorry for your average tree. It’s got a lot to worry about: squirrels, thunderstorms, kids building forts. Oh, yes, and then there’s that pesky business about changing colors for the fall…

Main character in Fall Is Not Easy is a tree that has its share of troubles with its fall colors. No matter what pattern its leaves change into–a smiley face, a a spotted cow, an “Eat at Joe’s” sign–nothing seems to work out quite right. How will the tree solve its seasonal dilemma? Leave it to Marty Kelley, author/illustrator of Summer Stinks and The Rules to come up with the perfect solution.

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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Nature > Forests & Trees

3. Metropolitan Museum and its Magic Stories: A Year In Metropolitan Museum. 500+ pages of Adventure, History and Fun (Museum Adventure Guide for Children and Adults. Book 1)

by: Anna Krayn
Release date: Apr 18, 2014
Number of Pages: 658
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“Help your child fall in love with art and history – for a price of a movie ticket”
If you have a child who is not really interested in art, history or reading, and just watches TV, plays video games and is on its cell phone all the time – texting – it’s tough to get them to open a book. Let alone enjoy it.

And thats exactly what we want to help you with – because after reading this adventurous guide, your child will ask you for more! Just read our reviews from parents and grandparents just like you!

The Metropolitan Museum is a huge place, and its easy to get lost inside and not know what to do or where to go. And for kids – its really easy to get bored quickly, without an interesting story.

This book is an interactive adventure style guide, that will change the look on your child’s face. There will be no more boredom and dragging feet along the museum exhibition halls.

And when your son or daughter will check this book out – they will fall in love with it, the Museum, the Art and the History.

And you are going to thank us for it 🙂

The main goal of the book: to help children fall in love with art and enjoy going to museums. The stories in this book are partially historical novels, and partially fictitious, although some of the stories’ protagonists, such as King Philip II, Princess de Broglie, Count Ugolino and some others, are historical figures.

Certain stories are written in more-or-less “adult” language and may not be accessible to young children when reading it alone, so your guidance is encouraged.

This book is for readers of all ages – from four years old and up. Older children and adults can read the book themselves, but younger kids really need your help.

Here are a few suggestions to improve your experience and have a blast while reading this adventure guide:

– Pre-read the story to your child or grandchild, explaining unknown words and phrases, and then go to the museum, bringing the book with you. Each story is accompanied by a map; by using its instructions you will easily find the the stories’ protagonists. While standing in front of statues or paintings, read the text again or remind your child of the story you’ve read.

– If you have a young child, please retell the story, or even part of it, in your own words and style that will be appropriate to him or her specifically and then go to the museum.

Some stories are longer than others, and may need to be broken down in parts – but you will quickly see what is best for you and your young audience. You may break the story into different parts and stretch them out over a few visits.

So, I invite you and your children to an adventure – that will help your storytelling abilities grow, and change the way you and your child see art, history – and Metropolitan Museum.

Enjoy your adventure – it will foster a life-long appreciation for the wonders of art!

See you inside the book for your first adventure!

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Arts & Photography > History & Criticism > History

4. The Long March: The Choctaw’s Gift to Irish Famine Relief

by: Marie-Louise FitzpatrickGary White Deer
Release date: Oct 26, 2001
Number of Pages: 32
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“This deeply moving work quietly and effectively underscores the drama and pathos of a little-known historical episode. In 1847 the Choctaw, themselves impoverished, raised $170 (the equivalent of more than $5ooo today) to aid the Irish, then in the throes of the great potato famine.”-Publishers Weekly, Starred Review• Endorsed by the Choctaw Nation.• A Smithsonian Notable Book for Children, 1998.• Children’s Books of Ireland BISTO Book of the Year Merit Award, 1999.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Difficult Discussions > Homelessness & Poverty

5. Round Is a Tortilla: A Book of Shapes

by: Roseanne ThongJohn Parra
Release date: Aug 04, 2015
Number of Pages: 40
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In this lively picture book, children discover shapes all around them: rectangles are ice-cream carts and stone metates, while triangles are slices of watermelon and quesadillas. Many of the featured objects are Latino in origin, and all are universal in appeal. With rich illustrations, a fun-to-read rhyming text, and an informative glossary, this playful concept book will reinforce the shapes found in every child’s day!
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Children’s Books > Geography & Cultures > Multicultural Stories > Hispanic & Latino

6. Favorite Celtic Fairy Tales (Dover Children’s Thrift Classics)

by: Joseph Jacobs
Release date: Jan 17, 1995
Number of Pages: 96
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Experience the whimsy, charm and magic of the Celtic imagination in this captivating collection of timeless stories that have enchanted generations of youngsters and adults.
Among the eight popular tales included here are “The Fate of the Children of Lir,” a haunting narrative of four children turned into swans by a wicked stepmother; “The Shepherd of Myddvai,” in which a beautiful woman, risen from the sea, orders her husband-to-be to observe certain rules; and “Beth Gellert,” a touching tale of a brave dog that dies after saving a child’s life. Five additional stories include “The Tale of Ivan,” “Morraha,” “The Story of Deirdre,” “The Llanfabon Changeling,” and “The Sea-Maiden.”
Reset in large, easy-to-read type, these engaging stories are enhanced by six new illustrations.
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths

7. From Antietam to Gettysburg: A Civil War Coloring Book (Dover History Coloring Book)

by: Peter F. CopelandColoring Books
Release date: Jul 01, 1983
Number of Pages: 48
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One of the crucial phases of the Civil War centered on the two Confederate invasions of the North undertaken by Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia. The first invasion ended at the battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg), fought on September 17, 1862. The second came to a halt at the decisive battle of Gettysburg (July 1-3, 1863), after which the Confederate forces retreated into Virginia.
This unique coloring book focuses on the two campaigns, allowing colorists to bring their own sense of color and design to various aspects of the momentous struggle. Noted illustrator Peter Copeland has provided 45 precise black-and-white illustrations, based on extensive research, that document the great clash of armies: cavalry charges, raids, counterattacks, artillery barrages, ruined cities and devastated countryside, tending the sick and wounded, quiet moments in camp, and more.
Civil War buffs, colorists, and students of American history will appreciate the accuracy and drama of these illustrations, which offer not only an enjoyable coloring experience but an attractive and valuable learning tool for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the nation’s past.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > Civil War Era

8. A Soldier’s Life in the Civil War (Dover History Coloring Book)

by: Peter F. Copeland
Release date: Jun 18, 2001
Number of Pages: 48
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Even though they fought on opposing sides, most soldiers in the Civil War were similarly educated, came from rural backgrounds, spoke the same language, and knew the same songs. They also shared the same hazards and hardships of an enlisted man’s life. In this informative coloring book artist Peter Copeland dramatically captures the danger, tedium, and even lighter moments of a soldier’s life — from initial recruitment to the “Grand Review” in Washington at war’s end.
Forty-five realistically rendered illustrations depict experiences common to both Union and Confederate soldiers—new recruits saying good-bye to loved ones, trying on uniforms, learning the care and use of muskets, spending a relaxed evening in camp, making a sick call at the infirmary, posing for a photographer, waiting expectantly for mail, facing a cavalry attack, paying last respects to fallen comrades, and much more.
Informative captions complete this well-researched, skillfully illustrated book, certain to find eager fans among coloring book enthusiasts, Civil War buffs, and anyone interested in American history.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > Civil War Era

9. Ancient World: Internet Linked (World History)

by: Fiona ChandlerJane BinghamSusie McCaffrey
Release date: Dec 01, 2004
Number of Pages: 96
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Book Details:

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publication Date: 12/1/2004
  • Pages: 96
  • Reading Level: Age 9 and Up
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Children’s Books > History > Ancient

10. The Tiny Seed (The World of Eric Carle)

by: Eric CarleEric Carle
Release date: May 19, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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The charming tale of The Tiny Seed, by beloved author and illustrator Eric Carle, is now available as a Level 2 Ready-to-Read!

Eric Carle’s classic story of the life cycle of a flower is told through the adventures of a tiny seed. Everyone will cheer for the seed’s progress as it floats across the sky, nestles in the ground, and finally grows into the giant flower it was always meant to be.

With his dazzling collage illustrations and lively text in this Level 2 Ready-to-Read, Carle has created a triumphant and fascinating tale!

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Beginner Readers

11. The Story of Sacajawea (Dover History Coloring Book)

by: Peter F. Copeland
Release date: Oct 09, 2002
Number of Pages: 32
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2003 marked the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and schools, libraries and other organizations planned special events and projects. A major character in the story of the expedition is Sacajawea. She was just a Shoshone teenager when she helped lead explorers Lewis and Clark through the wilds of the American Northwest. The carefully rendered illustrations in this book vividly depict scenes from the life of this remarkable young Native American — her abduction as a child by enemy tribesmen, life as a captive, and marriage to a French trader, her invaluable service during the expedition as an interpreter and guide (1805), and her eventual return to the land of her childhood. Informative captions included.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > 1800s

12. The Story of the Underground Railroad (Dover History Coloring Book)

by: Peter F. Copeland
Release date: May 15, 2000
Number of Pages: 48
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Between 1830 and 1860, thousands of Southern slaves escaped to the North and Canada by way of the “underground railroad.” Neither underground nor a railroad, this secret network had “conductors” (persons who helped runaway slaves on their journey north) and “stations” (stopping places along the way).
Artist Peter Copeland portrays scenes from this grim period in American history in 45 dramatically rendered illustrations that include shocking views of “below decks” aboard a slave ship, slave pens, a family being seized by slave catchers, methods of punishing runaway slaves, an escaped slave with Seminole Indians, John Brown on the way to his execution, refugees arriving at a safe house, and more.
Also included are portraits of abolitionist and former slave Frederick Douglass; Congressman Thaddeus Stevens; Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin; Laura Haviland, a “conductor” on the underground railroad; and other figures associated with the abolitionist cause.
Informative, fact-filled captions complete a book that will not only thrill coloring book enthusiasts but will also fascinate students of American history and anyone interested in the African-American struggle for freedom.
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Children’s Books > History > United States > Civil War Era

13. FIVE SENSES (Green Start)

by: IKids
Release date: Apr 04, 2009
Number of Pages: 20
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This earth-friendly series is made from 98% post consumer recycled materials and printed with eco friendly inks. Each hardcover book’s simple, nonfiction content inspires children to love and respect the natural world, and the parent spread at the back of each book shows how easy it is to practice (and teach!) Earth-friendly habits right at home. From the gentle morning breeze to an evenings’s sunset, we feel, taste, hear, smell and see nature’s beauty every day. Kids will love learning about how their five senses help them discover the world in different ways every day.
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Children’s Books > Early Learning > Basic Concepts > Sense & Sensation

14. A is for Art Museum

by: Katy FriedlandMarla K. Shoemaker
Release date: Oct 28, 2008
Number of Pages: 64
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An art museum is a magical place. What will you find inside? This playful primer features 37 full-color illustrations of paintings, sculpture, tapestries, prints, photographs, and installations from the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Children can learn their ABCs while discovering the beauty of a bridge by Monet, a dancer by Degas, a medieval knight’s helmet, a Japanese teahouse, and other wonders from around the world.
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Arts & Photography > History & Criticism > History

15. T Is for Tugboat: Navigating the Seas from A to Z

by: Traci N. ToddSara Gillingham
Release date: Apr 16, 2008
Number of Pages: 40
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Ahoy! Drop anchor for T Is for Tugboat, the nautical follow-up to the alphabet book A Is for Astronaut and its companion C Is for Caboose. Clever photographs and illustrations teach youngreaders about everything from mizzenmasts to crackerjack suits. Land ho!
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Children’s Books > Cars, Trains & Things That Go > Boats & Ships

16. St. Augustine A to Z: A Young Reader’s Guide to America’s Oldest City

by: Susan Shipe CalfeeOscar Senn
Release date: Aug 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 48
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A rhyming, ABC adventure book for children that explores St. Augustine, Florida’s historical figures and landmarks. This fun and educational book includes a map in the back that guides families on a tour, and includes new interactive activity pages for additional learning.

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Children’s Books > History > United States > State & Local

17. Civil War Uniforms Coloring Book (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)

by: Peter F. Copeland
Release date: Jul 01, 1985
Number of Pages: 48
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With your crayons and markers you’ll have no trouble learning exactly what the soldiers from both North and South wore during the Civil War. Peter Copeland, historical artist, has drawn 21 Confederate uniforms and 24 Union uniforms for this coloring book. Here are the men from many different states and ranks (privates, volunteers, captains, a drummer boy, a mule driver, corporals, and others) as well as several historical figures — General Robert E. Lee, 1863; Dr. Mary Walker, woman nurse, 1865; Major General Ulysses S. Grant, 1865; Admiral David Farragut, 1865. Each illustration is accompanied by a full caption that describes the authentic colors for the uniform. All 45 uniforms are shown in full color on the covers.
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art > Fashion

18. Fluffy Bunny (Soft-To-Touch Books)

by: Piers Harper
Release date: Feb 01, 2004
Number of Pages: 32
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A follow-up title to LITTLE LAMB and SNOW BEAR, with soft-to-touch animals on every page.

Fluffy Bunny is the smallest in his family, and he doesn’t get much attention. Dejected, he tries to find a family who will make him feel wanted and loved. But something about each of the families he meets is not quite right for Fluffy Bunny. At last, he returns home, and his family rushes out to welcome him home with hugs and kisses.
This reassuring story is complemented by Piers Harper’s endearing artwork. And as a delightful added bonus, children will discover that Fluffy Bunny and other creatures on the page are generously covered in irresistibly soft, velvety flocking!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Rabbits

19. Minnesota’s Hidden Alphabet

by: David LaRochelleJoe Rossi
Release date: Nov 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 48
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Look at the natural world around you. Closer now. Can you find the letter “A” in a jumble of tree roots, the letter “I” in a cattail, the letter “O” in a bird’s nest? Joe Rossi traveled the state in search of all the letters of the alphabet, photographing scenes from Granite Falls to Chippewa National Forest, from Bemidji to St. Paul. Turn these pages and see what he found: does his imagination match yours?

The plants and animals and rocks in Joe’s pictures can teach us a lot about Minnesota’s natural world: Did you know that Native Americans used the fluffy down from cattails to pad diapers and moccasins (here, the letter “I”)? Or that the American white pelican (letter “J”) teams up to herd fish—its dinner—into shallow water? Or that the name Minnesota means “sky-colored water” (letter “H”)?

Celebrated children’s book author David LaRochelle takes readers on an adventure inspired by this natural alphabet and encourages everyone to look more closely at what treasures the outdoors holds.

All across this wondrous state

Letters A through Z await! . . .

Zig and zagging, great and grand

Letters made by nature’s hand.

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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Earth Sciences

20. They Called Her Molly Pitcher

by: Anne RockwellCynthia von Buhler
Release date: Aug 22, 2006
Number of Pages: 40
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The rousing true tale of an American Revolution heroine.

When her husband joined General Washington’s army, Molly Hays went with him. All through the winter at Valley Forge, Molly watched and listened. Then in July, in the battle at Monmouth, she would show how much she had learned. Molly could tell the day would be a scorcher, so she decided to bring water from a nearby spring to the fighting men. More than 50 British soldiers would die of heatstroke that day, but the American soldiers need only cry, “Molly–pitcher!” On one trip through the fighting field, she saw her husband get shot. She satisfied herself that he wouldn’t die from his wound, then took over his job–firing off the cannon!

Molly epitomized the feisty, self-reliant spirit of the colonists who would soon win their battle for independence–and her story has rightly become a beloved legend of American history.

From the Hardcover edition.

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Children’s Books > History > United States > Colonial & Revolutionary

21. Art Activity Pack: Van Gogh (Art Activity Packs)

by: Mila Boutan
Release date: Apr 01, 1996
Number of Pages: 13
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In this innovative new series, readers will learn about four of the world’s best known artists–Monet, Matisse, Cezanne, and Van Gogh–and they’ll also get activity ideas that will inspire them to create their own masterpieces.

Each Art Activity Pack comes with a paperback book about the artist and focuses on one of the concepts behind his work. In addition, the Cezanne, Monet and Van Gogh Packs include an art activity book and a poster to color. The Matisse Pack includes stencils and brightly colored paper young artists can cut to create their own collages.

Included in the Art Activity Packs:

(Cezanne, Monet and Van Gogh)
Full Color Book
Art Activity Book

(Cezanne, Monet and Van Gogh)
Large Format Poster

(Matisse)
Stencils & Colored Paper

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

22. BABY’S BOOK OF NATURE

by: Roger Priddy
Release date: Mar 01, 1995
Number of Pages: 24
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A visual introduction to the world of nature highlights colorful flowers, familiar objects, and a range of creatures that are labeled with easy-to-read text for recognition and reading skill development.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

23. Because of an Acorn

by: Lola M. SchaeferAdam SchaeferFrann Preston-Gannon
Release date: Aug 02, 2016
Number of Pages: 36
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Because of an acorn, a tree grows, a bird nests, a seed becomes a flower. Enchanting die-cuts illustrate the vital connections between the layers of an ecosystem in this magical book. Wander down the forest path to learn how every tree, flower, plant, and animal connect to one another in spiraling circles of life. An acorn is just the beginning. Plus, this is the fixed format version, which looks almost identical to the print edition.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Health > Diseases

24. Do Knights Take Naps?

by: Kathy TuckerNick Sharratt
Release date: Mar 01, 2000
Number of Pages: 32
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Rhyming text explores what it means to be a knight, what he wears, and what he does for fun.
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Children’s Books > History > Renaissance

25. North American Indian Tales (Dover Children’s Thrift Classics)

by: W. T. Larned
Release date: Jul 07, 1997
Number of Pages: 96
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“When the snow lay deep on the ground, the North Wind came howling from his home in the Land of Ice, and the cold moon shone from the frosty sky, it was then that the Indians gathered in the wigwam. It was then that Iagoo sat by the fire of blazing logs, and the little boys and girls gathered around him.” So begins this charming collection of seven stories told by Iagoo the Indian storyteller.
Young readers and listeners will love such charming, authentic tales as “Shin-ge-bis Fools the North Wind,” “How the Summer Came,” “The Little Boy and Girl in the Clouds,” “The Child of the Evening Star,” “The Boy Who Snared the Sun,” “Grasshopper,” and “Mish-o-sha, the Magician.”
Adapted from legends collected by noted ethnologist Henry R. Schoolcraft in the Lake Superior region in 1839, these enchanting stories will delight youngsters and lovers of Native American myth and legend. Thirty illustrations by John Green enhance the text, printed in large, easy-to-read type.
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Multicultural

26. Here Is Antarctica (Web of Life)

by: Madeleine DunphyTom Leonard
Release date: Oct 24, 2012
Number of Pages: 32
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Penguins, whales, seals, fish, and many other animals are all part of Antarctica’s food web. In this striking picture book, Madeleine Dunphy uses a cumulative approach, combining lyrical verse with repetition to reveal the region’s interdependency of life. Tom Leonard’s gorgeous illustrations, from the flash of orange on a penguin’s beak to iridescent icebergs jutting from the sea, capture a wondrous miracle ? the circle of life. Here Is Antarctica educates as it entertains, inspiring children to explore this fascinating ecosystem page by page.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Health > Diseases

27. Lessons from a Southern Mother

by: Alex BeeneDanny MartinCharlotte Fisher
Release date: Nov 11, 2014
Number of Pages: 44
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Lessons from a Southern Mother mixes the storyline of a young boy nervously starting his first day of kindergarten with historical images and information about some of the outstanding people, moments, and places of the South. Through this book, we learn not only about the southern heritage but also about how treating people with love and kindness will bring about an even more outstanding future.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Parents

28. Nestor’s Adventures: I Like Colorado!

by: Dave WooleverMaciej SojkaAgnieszka Sakra
Release date: Jun 25, 2014
Number of Pages: 42
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Nestor’s Adventures: I Like Colorado! is a children’s picture book about a little dachshund named Nestor who begins his search to find his lost friend, Little Turtle. Along the way, Nestor is introduced to various historical and iconic symbols of Colorado. Professor Butterfly follows him and explains to the reader all of the interesting animals, trees, flowers and sites Nestor has seen and met.

In addition to learning about historical sites and state symbols significant to Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West, readers are also introduced to key leadership concepts and values to include encouragement, teamwork, positive attitude and perseverance.

The narrative is geared for 1st grade reading levels while the Professor Butterfly comments are geared to 3rd grade reading level. So join Nestor on his adventure and help find Little Turtle too!

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Children’s Books > Animals

29. The Adventuring Pack (The Little Reader Series)

by: Kyla Ryman
Release date: Aug 01, 2013
Number of Pages: 140
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This pack of books includes 7 books that explore worlds both real and imagined. Written by an early childhood reading specialist, these books help children learn to read while engaging their imaginations with colorful, expressive illustrations.

The themes in this pack are perfect for curious children who love inventing and imagining. The easy open and close velcro box includes 7 books about exploring and inventing Submarines, Flying, A Place to Live, A Collection of Characters, Maps, Let’s Play a Game and What Comes Next?

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

30. The Ballot Box Battle (Dragonfly Books)

by: Emily Arnold McCully
Release date: Nov 26, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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Illustrated in full color. Just in time for the presidential election comes Caldecott medalist Emily Arnold McCully’s stirring tale of a young girl’s act of bravery inspired by the great Elizabeth Cady Stanton. It is the fall of 1880, and Cordelia is more interested in horse riding than in hearing her neighbor, Mrs. Stanton talk about her fight for women’s suffrage. But on Election Day, Mrs. Stanton tells the heart-wrenching story of her childhood. Charged with the story’s message, Cordelia determines to go with Mrs. Stanton to the polls in an attempt to vote–above the jeers and taunts of the male crowd. With faces, landscapes, and action scenes brought to life by McCully’s virtuosic illustrations, Cordelia’s turning-point experience is sure to inspire today’s young girls (and boys) everywhere.  

From the Hardcover edition.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Girls & Women

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