|Aki||The Nature Girls|
A troupe of girls enjoys exploring different biomes and meeting the charming animals in each.
|Hale||Be Still, Life|
Simple art and text show how to use all five senses to experience nature.
|Adamson||A Fox Found a Box|
An introduction to the sensory pleasures that abound in both music and nature.
|Arnosky||At this Very Moment|
Identifies some of the many things happening in nature on any given day.
|Berkes||Over on a Mountain|
A counting book in rhyme about animals that dwell in high mountain environments.
|Bissonette||North Woods Girl|
In the north woods, a child can see squirrels gathering nuts, hear wood frogs peep, inhale piney scents, and skip stones.
|Bryan||All Things Bright and Beautiful|
An illustrated hymn that describes the marvels of creation.
Two robins build a nest together and raise their chicks in the wild.
A child abandons his digital device in favor of joining a friend in joyful play outside.
In the pond near Anna's house, a food chain begins with algae and goes on to other life forms.
A rhyming romp through the woods that evokes and inspires a love of nature. (2018 pp.)
|George||Around the Pond: Who's Been Here?|
While picking blueberries, Cammie and her brother find signs of unseen animals.
Grandmother's porch is a place to enjoy both stillness and activity in nature.
|Isadora||There Was a Tree|
The song "The Green Grass Grew All Around" becomes a colorful book filled with African wildlife.
Standing tall above the tree line, a sequoia tree watches days, seasons, and years pass by.
|Kelsey||You Are Never Alone|
A brilliant and inviting exploration of the ways humans are inextricably connected to nature.
This introduction to the natural world offers a fresh look at all that trees have to offer.
Explores the different ways and places in which the wild exists and discusses how to find it.
Little Spider teaches her friend Anxious Ant about the life cycle of plants, showing how nature provides what we need.
|McMurray||Under Your Nose: A Book about Nature's Gifts|
Two children put aside electronics and discover the great outdoors.
|Messner||Over and Under the Pond|
Celebrates life above and under a pond, including varieties of turtles, bird, fish, and frogs.
A green-colored baby grows on Mr. Barleycorn's land, unleashing forces of nature and a bounty that unites his community.
A scarecrow appreciates the privilege of watching nature at work.
|Skorpen||We Were Tired of Living in a House|
Four children, a cat, and a dog try out several dwellings in nature.
Tag along with Ruby as she discovers that even big cities have a wild side.
|Udry||A Tree Is Nice|
Briefly describes the value of a tree.
|Worthington||Noah Chases the Wind|
Ponders where the wind comes from and where it goes.
Last Updated: 4/20