By Jennifer Gannett on August 10, 2015
1. My First Book of Wild Animals Engaging pictures of wild animals help babies and toddlers learn about the wild world. Read more.
2. Roly Poly Pangolin Shy Roly Poly Pangolin doesn’t like new things. Little listeners can follow along, learning more about this unusual, endangered species while at the same time empathizing with Roly Poly’s feelings. Read more.
3. Noisy Bug Sing-a-Long With a description of noises that each featured insect makes, this book is fun for little ones….and their parents. This book helps children learn more about the important insects in the world! Read more.
4. Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? Part of an overwhelmingly popular series illustrated by Eric Carle, this book features brightly depicted, active wild animals. Bonus points for an ending in which the animals are envisioned wild and free. Read more.
5. Struffel This set of two cute stories features a young bear. In one story he enjoys the soft pleasures of springtime and, in the other, gets a new bed—a big step for little bears and little humans. Read more.