Three New Animal-Themed Books For Children

If your children love learning about animals and how they live in their environments, these three new children’s books are perfect for them! Each book encourages readers of all ages to dive a little deeper into the ecosystem and learn more about the animal kingdom. There are some facts in these books that some adults may not have known, so they are truly perfect for the whole family!

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Atlas Of Ocean Animals by Emily Hawkins and Lucy Letherland: Set your spirit of adventure free with this journey to the world’s great oceans, discovering the diversity of life that exists in the deep blue sea. Whether you’re travelling long haul with leatherback turtles across the Pacific, snoozing with sea otters or ice bathing with a walrus, this book celebrates the very prescient topic of the world’s oceans with Lucy Letherland’s animal characters. A natural history lesson in an adventure book, each spread features 10 captions and facts about every destination. The 5th title in the best-selling Atlas of Adventures series that has now been translated into 31 languages. You can view the whole series here.  Publication date: November 5, 2019

 

image001The Animal Awards by Martin Jenkins and Tor Freeman: Celebrate the most spectacular species in the animal kingdom with this amazing book of animals, illustrated by Tor Freeman. Fifty fantastic creatures are awarded prizes to celebrate their most dazzling talents and some unusual skills. Roll up, roll up! The Animal Awards are about to begin. Who will win the Terrific Teeth Award? Who will claim the title of Most Smelly? Who will win the prize for Best at Pretending To Be A Plant? Celebrate with 50 brilliant animals from around the world who represent nature’s rich tapestry. Publication date: September 3, 2019

 

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Encyclopedia Of Animals by Jules Howard and Jarom Vogel: Plunge into the diversity of the animal kingdom in this Encyclopedia of Animals. Packed with over 500 creatures, everyone is looked at in detail by a natural history expert. From the tiniest sponge to the largest elephant, all entries are gloriously illustrated in this spectacular celebration of life on Earth. Publication date: October 1, 2019.

 

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