I think it’s safe to say that we all love a good story about nature. The creatures of the wild, the elements of the world around us—they’re fascinating and inspiring. And with so many children’s books out there that focus on these themes, it can be hard to choose just one! But if you’re looking for an action-packed adventure story with a strong environmental message, look no further than these four titles:
Winnie-the-Pooh is a children’s book written by A.A. Milne, and it was published in 1926. In the book, Winnie the Pooh goes on adventures with his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.
The book has been praised for its simple yet funny language and illustrations by E.H Shepard who did them while he was suffering from depression after his wife’s death in 1927.
Where the Wild Things Are is a children’s book written by Maurice Sendak and illustrated by Connary Wollstonecraft. It was first published in 1963 and has since become one of the most acclaimed children’s books ever written.
The story centers around Max, a young boy who gets in trouble for misbehaving at school and is sent to his room by his teacher. While waiting for his mother to come get him, he imagines himself as an island where wild things live with him (the idea being that Max has been sent away from his parents). These include an enormous black bear named King Kong who has come down from the Arctic; also there are several smaller creatures living on this island–a fox-like creature named Reddy Fox; a bird named Rabscuttle who keeps trying to escape from people but can’t fly very well yet; finally there are two monkeys named “Kanga” and “Roo” who help take care of all these other animals so they don’t have any danger coming toward them!
If you’re looking for a book that encourages a love of nature, look no further than Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The series is based on her life and tells the story of a family who lived in the American Midwest. They had an exciting time exploring the area around them while they lived on their farm with their mother and father.
This is one of my most favorite children’s books because it teaches children about how to live like pioneers! It shows how hard it was for these families to survive in this harsh environment, but also how much fun there was once they got used to things like chopping wood every day or having chores around the house instead of just playing outside all day long without doing any work at all!
This book is a classic and its story has been told many times. It tells the tale of a bull who doesn’t want to fight and become part of his herd, but instead wants to be free. The illustrations are beautiful, vibrant and full of life, making it easy for children to see themselves in Ferdinand’s situation at some point in their lives.
This book encourages kindness and gentleness by showing how sometimes we need to do what we think is right even if others don’t agree with us because it’s important for our own growth as individuals (and possibly even more so).
We hope that this list of nature-loving books has inspired you to share them with your children. We think a love of nature is one of the most important things that can happen in a child’s life, because it will help build their sense of responsibility and respect for others. We also know from experience that reading these books can be very fun!