The Kids Book of African Animals: Childrens Book of Animals from Africa Colorful Pages to Read for Kids Boys Girls Child Fun Reading Material for Young Readers Who Love Nature and Wild Animals Elephants Giraffes by Dee PhillipsWritten and published by Dee Phillips, The Kids Book of African Animals is a marvel of fun facts for kids to learn all about the animals in Africa. 16 different African animals are represented, accompanied by bright colorful images your child is sure to love.Learn about the: * Elephant * Lion * Zebra * Rhinoceros * Giraffe * Ostrich * Cheetah * Gorilla * Warthog * Hippopotamus * Hyena * Gazelle * Meerkat * WildebeestIs the giraffe really silent? How fast can a cheetah run? Where does a meerkat live? Find out in this great kids book on African Animals!
Africa Books for Kids
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These picture books are all set in the vast, dynamic continent of Africa, and there are so many great African stories that it was hard to narrow down the list! Add to Bag. Each morning she and her mother take the long daily journey to the well to get water. This story is inspired by the childhood of supermodel Georgie Badiel, who grew up in Burkina Faso, and now is the founder of the Georgie Badiel Foundation, which helps make this clean water dream a reality. Gorgeously illustrated portraits of Mandela accompany the poetic text. Wangari was from Kenya, and grew up in a country filled with trees. But when she comes back years later, the trees are gone.
Africa is incredibly diverse, with more than 1, languages spoken across the continent. Disclosure: For your convenience this post contains affiliate links. If you purchase items through these links, I may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. Y ou can read my full disclosure policy here. Children who read the book will see kids preparing to go to school, playing games, helping with the chores, eating, going to the market, and more. Some live in urban settings, others in rural. Some have limited resources, others are middle class.