Children - Animals

Ocean One

Only One Ocean, Only One Chance
By Eileen Clancy Biegel

Ocean One: Only One Ocean, Only One Chance is an environmental science children’s storybook written by Eileen Clancy Biegel and illustrated by Sue Lynn Cotton. As a member of the U.S. Coast Guard, Biegel spent a year on Kure Atoll, which is the subject of...

Oy, Elephants!

By Deborah Stevenson

In Oy, Elephants! by Deborah Stevenson, the author blends two topics together; that of taking care of elephants so that they survive for future generations to appreciate, and she also showcases the bonding between grandparents and grandchildren. Joel is excited to spend his school break...

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Oscar the Orange Octopus

By RT Errill

Oscar the Orange Octopus by RT Errill revolves around the charming octopus, Oscar, who introduces himself to readers by saying that although he has eight arms and no legs, he is sad that he does not have fingers and toes. He finds his way around...

On My Way to the Lilikoi Tree

By Jonna Ocampo

Such colorful, friendly animals! Children will love the illustrations of cuddly animals created by illustrator Rich Olson in On My Way to the Lilikoi Tree by Jonna Amato Ocampo. The well-designed front cover attracts the attention of children and parents and draws them into the...

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Olive and the Great Flood

By Connie Arnold

Olive and the Great Flood is a wonderful and warm story that children and parents will read again and again. Author Connie Arnold tells the story of Noah’s Ark from the point of view of Olive, the dove, but it’s not a biblical story; instead...

Opal vs. The Woods

*and dogs and raccoons and foxes and coyotes and mean squirrels and hunger and hawks and the dark and owls and other random scary stuff
By Tony Wirt

Opal vs. The Woods is a humorous children’s book, written and illustrated by Tony Wirt. After becoming lost in the woods, domesticated (and declawed) cat, Opal, finds herself in a bit of a pickle. Unable to find her way back home after wandering into the...

Operation Space Cats

The Rescue Mission
By Lesa McKee

Operation Space Cats: The Rescue Mission is a children’s book written by Lesa McKee and illustrated by Heather E. Culler. Ten-year-old Darla’s parents mysteriously disappear whilst on a mission in outer space, visiting the planet Candar. When news of their disappearance is brought to the...

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Ornaments of Love

By Sharlin Craig

It’s both amazing and rather sad how easily a family can get wrapped up in each of their own little worlds. Christmas is the worst. Everyone wants everything to be perfect: the tree, the decorations, the baked goodies, the parties, the presents. It is too...

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Orangutan

A Day In The Rainforest Canopy
By Rita Goldner

What do you know about orangutans? Did you know that there are only about 50,000 orangutans left in the rainforests? Do you even know where they live? I have to admit that I didn’t know very much about orangutans until I read this book. Orangutans...

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Octoshi

By James Agee Jr.

Octoshi by James Agee Jr. is a children’s story about a boy’s friendship with an octopus. Octoshi the octopus is supposed to be turned into sushi by the boy’s father. The boy knows he has to save Octoshi, even though he will get into trouble...

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