#KidsBooksBingo 2020: Books About Nature
This summer, I am hosting a reading challenge together with my lovely friend Amanda who runs the online children’s book store Books & Pieces. For the second year in a row, we are running a #KidsBooksBingo! Check out my previous post if you missed the introduction about the #KidsBooksBingo. You can also download a copy of the bingo grid, and if you are on Twitter or Instagram, you can join in by sharing pictures of what you are reading with the hashtag #KidsBooksBingo.
>> Download the #KidsBooksBingo grid
Each Friday throughout July and August, I’ll be highlighting a different bingo category here on the blog. You’ll get a chance to take a peek inside some of our favourite books, and perhaps discover some new favourites of your own to read over the summer. This week, I’m sharing some of our favourite non-fiction books about nature. The first one is great for kids age 18 months and up, and the other two are great for all ages – both my boys age 5 and 9 love them, and even I as a grown-up can still learn so much about nature from them.
If you want to look up any of the books from the video, here are the details:
- How Do Flowers Grow? by Katie Daynes & Christine Pym
- The Butterfly House, by Katy Flint & Alice Pattullo
- The Mushroom Fan Club, by Elise Gravel
What are your favourite kids books about nature? Let us know in the comments below.
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