Our 5 Favorite Earth Day Books

Our 5 Favorite Earth Day Books

Earth Day is the perfect time to start conversations about how to protect our beautiful planet.

By starting these conversations early, parents can instill a life-long love of caring for the environment, so that it will be around for generations to come!

In honor of Earth Day, I’ve compiled a list of our favorite books inspire children to protect and love our environment!

 

The Earth Book Written and Illustrated by Todd Parr

Todd Parr is a master of artfully tackling important issues. In this book, he introduces readers to practical ideas about how to make planet Earth a healthier place. It’s positive message will certainly appeal to young audiences who want to do their part to protect planet Earth.

Earth Day, Birthday Written by Maureen Wright and Illustrated by Violet Kim

Young children love celebrating birthdays and Little Monkey does too! Targeted at young audiences, this book does a wonderful job of intertwining environmental issues (recycling, reusable bags etc.) with a fun birthday theme, in which children can easily relate.

Plant the Tiny Seed Written and Illustrated by Christie Matheson

A creative and interactive book that calls for readers to tap, press and wiggle their fingers to make  a flower grow. The last page also includes tips about planting seeds, and facts about insects and birds who typically live in a garden. Simple, but colorful illustrations make this book come alive and readers will love looking for the ladybug on each page!

Compost Stew: An A to Z Recipie for Earth Written by Mary McKenna Siddals and Illustrated by Ashley Wolff

A fantastic introduction to composting, tiny environmentalists will learn how enjoyable it can be for the entire family. Rhyming text, diverse characters, and collage illustrations make this an inspirational book that reinforce the importance of composting and reusing materials to sustain our planet!

Biscuit’s Earth Day Celebration Written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and Illustrated by Pat Schories

If you’re a fan of the Biscuit series, this book will not disappoint! As Biscuit embarks on an adventure to take care of our planet, he plants seeds, cleans up trash and learns about water conservation. It’s a great introduction to Earth Day and provides practical examples that young children can easily implement to do their part.

I’d love to hear your Earth Book suggestions! As always, leave some in the comments section.

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