Penguin Books

Penguins by Lucia Raatma is a Scholastic series that is easy to read about the life and locations of penguins.  A very enjoyable book for learning about these fascinating creatures.

Penguins by Seymour Simon with the Smithsonian contribution has great illustrations and information. The narrative is well written and easy to understand.

Polar Baby Animals Books

I found two charming, small books about baby polar animals. They are a great addition to your study of Polar Ice Biomes. Check them out at your local library.

They are as follows:

Baby Polar Bears by Aubrey Lang, photography by Wayne Lynch,  has beautiful photos and a short narrative about two young polar bear cubs in the Arctic. This book is rich with information and the photography is spectacular. It will keep your child’s attention with its exciting story of polar bear cubs.

Animal Babies in Polar Lands by Jennifer Schofield is a great book for younger students. Each section shows a picture of a polar baby with a description and an interactive question, “Who is my mommy?”  A picture of mom and baby are on the next page. What a fun guessing game!

Polar Books

Here are some books I think would make a nice addition to the Polar Biome Lessons:

Scholastic Polar Animals by Susan Hayes and Tory-Gordon Harris is well illustrated and easy to understand. It has a great overview of the Polar area and sections about the Arctic and Antarctic animals, plants and environment. It is a good book for younger readers with more illustrations than text.

Who Lives Here? Polar Animals by Deborah Hodge is an easy reader of 24 pages packed with fun facts and great illustrations about the polar regions’ animals.

Polar Worlds by Rosalyn Wade is for more advanced readers. It has details about both polar regions. The illustrations are excellent.  It has sections about animals in the both areas of the poles. Also,  it covers human activity in this frozen area.