Going along with our Summer Reading Program theme, Tails and Tales, we are highlighting books in the collection that feature animals. This week we’re focused on animal alphabet picture books:
Amazing Animal Alphabet by Brian Wildsmith (ages 0-6)
This colorful alphabet book names more biodiverse animals than your typical animal alphabet book. For example, N is for Numbat. Have you ever heard of a Numbat? Me neither! Adults and children alike will learn about new animals throughout this picture book.
Gone Wild: An Endangered Animal Alphabet by David McLimans (ages 5- 10)
This book is a good introduction to endangered species and the factors that contribute to their endangered status. Many of the animals featured in this book are specific species that will be unfamiliar to most readers.
Tiger Toast to Jungle Jam: A Rainforest Alphabet by Sandra Mohr (ages 0-6)
This animal alphabet book has colorful illustrations and is great for boosting vocabulary. The author uses alliteration to emphasize each letter of the alphabet.
Stop by and check out our animal alphabet books and more!
Join us for upcoming library programming!
Wednesday, June 9 at 10am @ the Rushville Public Library
Storytime with Miss Pam (infant-preschool)
Pet Necklace/Keychain Craft (K-5)