• Animals: A Visual Encyclopedia

    By James Buckley (J590 Buck)

    Meet more than 2,500 amazing animals in this comprehensive, family-fun, global reference guide from Animal Planet--your source for all things animals.

  • Gross and Ghastly Animals

    By Kev Payne (J590 Payn)

    Learn about all the gross things animals do, with this fantastically gruesome factbook! Focusing on a range of animals, from creepy critters to foul fish, and what makes them so truly terrible.

  • Extremely Gross Animals: Stinky, Slimy And Strange Animal Adaptations

    By Claire Eamer (J591.4 Eame)

    Ripley's Believe It or Not meets National Geographic in this book about some of the grossest yet most fascinating ways animals have adapted to survive.

  • Odd Bods: The World's Unusual Animals

    By Julie Murphy (J591.4 Murp)

    Long snouts, bright-red lips, pointy heads ... the animal kingdom is full of critters with unique features. Learn about the incredible adaptations that help these creatures - and their odd bods - survive and thrive all around the globe.

  • The Screaming Hairy Armadillo And 76 Other Animals With Weird, Wild Names

    By Matthew Murrie (J590.14 Murr)

    An illustrated compendium of animals with funny, fascinating, or just-plain-weird names (like the sparklemuffin peacock spider or the fried egg jellyfish) teaches kids about unusual animals as well as scientific taxonomy. Genuinely fun reference!

  • Stinkiest!: 20 Smelly Animals

    By Steve Jenkins (J591.47 Jenk)

    Whew! -- Smellier than a skunk -- Stink bomb -- Scaly stinker -- Tangled up in goo -- Urrp! -- Take a step back -- Beetle defense -- Bombs away! -- Slinky and stinky -- Don't touch me -- Stink fight! -- Smoke screen -- Smelly act -- How does your garden grow? -- Bird farts -- Stinky protection -- Danger! -- Bug repellent -- Sour spray -- Stinkiest of all? -- Why do some animals smell bad?

  • Does It Fart?: A Kid's Guide to the Gas Animals Pass

    By Nick Caruso (E591.5 Caru)

    An illustrated guide to whether or not various animals pass gas, infused with humor and scientific facts.

  • Home: A Peek-Through Picture Book

    By Britta Teckentrup (E Teck)

    A bear cub explores the different types of homes animals build in the forest. Peek-through holes in each page provide a glimpse inside.

  • 100 Animals: A Lift the Flap Book

    By Steve Jenkins (E590.14 Jenk)

    This padded word book showcases bright art to offer very young readers an interactive introduction to learning their first animal words. From the teal and green butterfly fish that lives under the sea to the brilliant blue macaw flying high in the sky, lift-the-flaps on each sturdy board page reveal how animals move, behave, survive, and thrive in their natural habitats.

  • Dr. Seuss's Book of Animalsy

    By Dr. Seuss (E Seus)

    A rhymed introduction to real and imaginary animals featuring illustrations from classic books by Dr. Seuss.

  • Fox at Night

    By Corey Tabor (E Tabo)

    Fox overcomes his fear of monsters when he meets real nocturnal animals.

  • A Moose That Says Moooooooooo

    By Jennifer Hamburg (E Hamb)

    Chaos ensues when a child imagines a zoo filled with animals doing the unusual and the unlikely.

  • Hey, Who Made This Mess?

    By Primo Gallanosa (E Gall)

    Someone has been sleeping on Elephant's haystack, drinking from Lion's bowl, going potty in Ostrich's sandbox, and scratching Giraffe's favorite tree. Who could it be?

  • In the Quiet, Noisy Woods

    By Michael Rosen (E Rose)

    A forest's quiet chorus of chirps, clicks, and chits change to loud scree-scree-screeches and other noises as two rambunctious wolf pups, separated from their pack, scamper and chase.

  • If All the Animals Came Inside

    By Eric Pinder (E Pind)

    Illustrations and rhyming text explore the fun and mayhem that could ensue if elephants, kangaroos, bats, and more were to come inside a little boy's house.

  • But Not the Hippopotamus

    By Sandra Boynton (E Boyn)

    Animals pair up in these humorous rhymes.

  • Gulp, Gobble

    By Marilyn Singer (E Sing)

    Illustrations and simple, rhyming text portray animals of all kinds enjoying a picnic.

  • Croc & Turtle!: The Bestest Friends Ever!

    By Mike Wohnoutka (E Wohn)

    Although other animals are better at lifting, jumping, and running, Croc and Turtle discover something they are best at.

  • Rain Forest Colors

    By Janet Lawler (E591.734 Lawl)

    Yellow spiders! Blue butterflies! Green lizards! Get little kids started on learning with a color concept book that will knock their little socks off! It features their favorite animals that illustrate 10 basic colors. Lyrical text is sprinkled with "Did You Know?" animal facts. Best of all, the photography is by National Geographic field biologist and wildlife photojournalist Tim Laman, a National Geographic photographer.

  • Wild Baby Animals

    By Deborah Lock (E591.392 Lock)

    Skip, splash, sniff and cuddle with the cutest animals in the rough with Wild Baby Animals. Venture out into the world of monkeys, squirrels, bears, foxes and more and as they play, learn, and explore in their natural habitats.

  • Creature Features: Twenty-Five Animals Explain Why They Look the Way They Do

    By Steve Jenkins (E571.3 Jenk)

    Packed with many cool facts and visuals on where certain animals live and what they eat, this book captures twenty-five humorous--and very true--explanations of why animals look the way they do in order to exist in this world.