Old Mother West Wind Tales, by Muz Murray, is a timelessly enjoyable collection, perfect for shared reading and discussion.
An African Wildlife Adventure in Poems and Paintings: Join us on this virtual book tour for Can You Spot the Leopard? An African Safari by Karen B. Winnick.
A Whale of the Wild is a poignant animal adventure that demonstrates the importance of coming together in a crisis time.
If a story that declares friendship over war, conservation, and the opportunity to discuss gun violence, is what you’re looking for, then My Friend Moose’r McDan is recommended for your next read.
A Porcupine’s Promenade: An Encounter in the Winter Woods is a delightfully quiet book that is bound to captivate children and adults alike, especially those that enjoy all that nature has to offer. Highly Recommended.
Both ABC Animals and Spot the Animals: A Lift-the-Flap Book of Colors are recommended for toddlers, and make unique gifts.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wy, announced that children’s book author/ illustrator Peter Brown is the recipient of the 2014 Bull-Bransom Award for his 2013 picture book Mr. Tiger Goes Wild. The judges called it “an exceptional tribute to the wild and rambunctious energy in all children” and they praised it for the way the Brown “plays around with the idea of ‘wildlife’ in very visual ways.”
As part of the Crack The Books™ series, Seashores to Sea Floors is an impressive, comprehensive and interactive non-fiction iBook about the oceanic ecosystem.
Jim Arnosky is self taught in writing, art and the natural sciences. He has written and illustrated 86 books on nature subjects and has illustrated 46 other books written by various authors.