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Great Animal Themed Read Alouds

Animal-themed books are a favorite for kids of all ages. My upper elementary-aged kids still enjoy animal stories. But reading animal books to my little ones was always so much fun. With little ones, you can explore the wonder of what animals look like, what sounds they make, and where they live.


Animal themed read alouds


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National Geographic Kids Look and Learn: Baby Animals- This is a sweet board book for the littlest readers, and it has all the great photos that are typical of National Geographic.


Animal themed read alouds

National Geographic Wild Animal Atlas- In this National Geographic animal book, kids can learn about where animals live in the world and about their characteristics.

Animal themed read alouds

The Animal Book: A Collection of the Fastest, Fiercest, Toughest, Cleverest, Shyest—and Most Surprising—Animals on Earth- This one will be fun for elementary-aged kids who want to learn about the "best" animals in different categories.

Animal themed read alouds

Actual Size- I love this very visual book that will show kids just how big different animals- or their parts- are.

Animal themed read alouds

I See a Kookaburra!: Discovering Animal Habitats Around the World- Kids can meet animals in their natural biomes in this book.

Preschool read aloud books

Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? - This is the Eric Carle classic that uses a predictable rhyme to introduce animals to kids.

Preschool read aloud books

Animals Don't, So I Won't- Kids learn about what animals do- and don't do- like people.

Preschool read aloud books

Animal Alphabet: Slide and Seek the ABCs- Little ones can get into this interactive board book, looking for the letters of the alphabet

Animal alphabet book

My Big Animal Book- This book features animals of all kinds- farm animals, pets, birds, and more.

Animal board book

Big Red Barn- I always loved reading this classic from Margaret Wise Brown. It's a "gentle" book with soft pictures that will appeal to little readers.

Animal board book







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