Reading is one of the best ways for people of all ages to learn new things and expand their vocabulary. Kids are no exception! If your little one doesn’t seem to be too interested in books, one way to encourage them to read more is to find books about a topic that interests them. With so many books to choose from, and more being published every day, we’re confident you’ll be able to find a handful of new reads to pique your child’s interest.
When it comes to finding books on a particular topic, there’s no need to pick a topic that seems like it would be popular. Even if your child’s interest seems obscure, you’ll likely be surprised to find there are books on it! Here are some topics to inspire you.
- A certain color, such as blue
- A certain animal, such as elephants
- Ice cream
And that’s just the beginning! Once you pick a topic, head to your local library and see what books you can find. Be sure to chat with a librarian, who can help you find books related to your child’s interest.
If your child is interested in birds, you’re in luck! Today we’re going to share a list of children’s books about birds. Bookmark this post or take a screenshot of the list below, then head to your library to see if any of them are in stock.
Children’s Books about Birds
- I wish that I Had Duck Feet, by Dr. Seuss
- Lucky Ducklings, by Eva Moore
- Counting Birds, by Heidi Stemple
- Peanuckle’s Bird Alphabet, by Mrs. Peanuckle
- Tiny Bird, by Robert Burleigh
- The Story about Ping, by Marjorie Flack
- Little Home Bird, by Jo Empson
- An Egg is Quiet, by Dianna Aston
- Calvin Can’t Fly, by Jennifer Berne
- No Two Alike, by Keith Baker
- Flora and the Peacocks, by Molly Idle
- Mama Built a Little Nest, by Jennifer Ward
- Blue Chicken, by Deborah Freedman
- Owl Babies, by Martin Waddell
- The Big Book of Birds, by Yuval Zommer
- Make Way for Ducklings, by Robert McClosky