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Grr-eat Animal Books for Ages 0 to 7

Updated: May 12, 2014

by Jenkins, Steve, 1952-
Call Number: x 590 J524-5 folio

How big is a giant squid's eye or the tooth of a great white shark?  Amazing illustrations show you the actual sizes of all kinds of animals big and small.

by Feiffer, Jules.
Call Number: xz

George's mother wants him to bark but he keeps making other interesting noises instead.

by Wildsmith, Brian.
Call Number: xz

One colorful animal for each letter of the alphabet.

by Czekaj, Jef.
Call Number: xz

This book is for cats only.  Get ready to meow, purr and stretch like a kitty if you want to discover the secrets inside.

by Barnett, Mac.
Call Number: xz

Easier said than done, what with the King Cobra, crocodiles, grizzly bears, and lumberjacks all getting in the way - by the time you make it to the monkeys, it’s too late. 

by Wilson, Karma.
Call Number: xz

While all the other animals on the farm enjoy eating their regular food, the cow chooses to eat the one thing that she loves best.

by Going, K. L. (Kelly L.).
Call Number: xz

When his human family goes to the store, Dog is left in charge of five tricky cats.

by Fox, Mem, 1946-
Call Number: xz

Which baby are you - a baby elephant?  A baby crocodile?  A gorgeous, fun guessing game for little ones.

by Gibbs, Edward, author.
Call Number: xz

Use the clues and the special spy hole to guess the animals.

by Thomas, Jan, 1958-
Call Number: xz

Kids will want to hear this silly book over and over. It may even get them on their feet to jump and wiggle with those crazy cows!

by Carnesi, Mônica.
Call Number: xz

A cold and hungry dog is found floating on the ice in the Baltic Sea.  Can anyone save him?

by McKay, Hilary.
Call Number: x

7-year-old Lulu and her cousin think their vacation house is the most perfect place ever - except for that pesky stray dog.

by Nesbitt, Kenn.
Call Number: xz

Kids tell a writer that they need more bears in the story.

by Minor, Wendell.
Call Number: xz

Did you know that cows drink a bathtub full of water every day?  And that turkeys sometimes purr like a cat?