Mariposa, Where Did You Get Your Colors? is an exquisite volume as well as an enjoyable story, perfect for bedtime reading and rainy-day coloring inspiration.
The Miracle of Monarchs is a fact-filled rhyming story book. Author Cathie Moog shares her insights and photographs of the majestic Monarch butterfly.
Monarch X-ing, by Pecki Sherman Witonsky, is a non-fiction picture book aimed at educating kids about the monarch butterfly.
With its striking black and orange wings, the monarch butterfly is one of the most iconic insects in nature; Laura Weston’s new lift-the-flap exploration invites readers to get up close, bringing these magnificent creatures to vivid life.
A T-Rex and a Butterfly spring to life in these delightful craft books for children. Both books by KIKI LJUNG encourage imaginative play and a 3D model to build.
We’ve curated a list of some truly wonderful and entertaining bug books for kids ages 4 to 99. We’ve also included the game Bug Bingo, and it’s the bees-knees.
Enter to win a copy of Butterfly Park, written and illustrated by Elly MacKay.
Giveaway begins May 19, 2015, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends June 18, 2015, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
Rainbow Learns to Fly is Mary Clark Dalton’s second picture book in her Rainbow series, which teaches children moral values and life skills.
Ned is a book-smart turtle with a very introspective way of thinking. As Rosco cartwheels onto the scene singing a song, Ned’s long awaited moment of serenity is shattered and so begins the story’s true tale of accepting differences and finding a balance between learning and living.
Dedicated Review The Boy Who Dreamed Himself By Joel Anthony eBook, iBook: 15 pages Age Range: 3-7 Publisher: JBA-Books (April 1,…