For those who enjoy learning fascinating facts as well as beautiful visuals, these children’s nonfiction books are sure to delight any age reader.
Camp Panda – Catherine Thimmesh
Despite the seemingly insurmountable odds—poaching, habitat destruction, pollution, human overpopulation, and global climate change—the panda is making a comeback. How? By humans teaching baby pandas how to be wild and stay wild.
HerStory: 20 Women and Girls Who Shook Up the World – Katherine Halligan
Uplifting, inspiring and gorgeously illustrated, HerStory conveys the stories of fifty inspiring and powerful women from around the world. Each descriptions of their childhood, the obstacles they faced, and the impact of their achievements is brought to life, presented in a concise and visually appealing way.
Manhattan: Mapping the Story of an Island – Jennifer Thermes
Through dazzling maps, informative sidebars, and accessible text, the rich 400+ year history of Manhattan Island comes alive in this Beautifully illustrated oversized book.