Do you have a little one that is fascinated by owls? Nothing can bring so much delight and wonder as introducing your child to the amazing world of these majestic birds.
Whether through reading stories, doing crafts or exploring in nature, you’ll be able to spark their interest in learning about owls with some fun activities.
Let us introduce you to a selection of wonderfully creative children’s books about owls – perfect for sparking curiosity and helping them explore!
Children’s Books about Owls
“Owls” by Gail Gibbons
“Owls” by Gail Gibbons is an engaging children’s book that introduces young readers to the fascinating world of owls. Through vivid illustrations and clear, informative text, the book provides an in-depth look at the life, habits, and characteristics of these nocturnal birds of prey.
With its engaging content and educational value, “Owls” is a wonderful resource for young nature enthusiasts and a great way to spark their curiosity about these mysterious creatures.
“Snowy Owl Invasion!: Tracking an Unusual Migration” by Sandra Markle
“Snowy Owl Invasion!: Tracking an Unusual Migration” by Sandra Markle is an engaging children’s book that takes young readers on a thrilling journey to discover the extraordinary migration of snowy owls.
Through vivid and informative storytelling, the book introduces readers to the fascinating world of these majestic birds, highlighting their incredible travels and the scientific efforts to track and understand their movements.
With captivating illustrations and a compelling narrative, this book not only educates children about wildlife but also instills a sense of wonder and conservation awareness.
“Owls” [Nature’s Children’s Series]
Part of the “Nature’s Children” series, this book offers in-depth information about snowy owls’ behavior, habitat, and adaptations. It’s suitable for early to middle-grade readers.
“Snowy Owl” by Grace Hansen
This book about the snowy owl focuses on snowy owls and their tundra habitat. It’s a great resource for elementary school students learning about these birds.
“Owls of the United States and Canada” by Wayne Lynch
Celebrated natural history writer and wildlife photographer Wayne Lynch reveals the secrets of owls with stunning photographs, storytelling, and accessible science. With his beautiful photos, the author imparts knowledge about anatomy, habitat, diet, and behavior.
“The Hidden Life of Owls” by Leigh Calvez
While not exclusively about snowy owls, “The Hidden Life of Owls” delves into the fascinating world of owls in general and provides insights into their behavior, including some information about snowy owls.
National Geographic – Owls
The book “National Geographic Reader – Owls” provides a captivating exploration of these enigmatic birds of prey, offering in-depth insights into their biology, behavior, and habitats.
Through stunning photography and informative text, readers will gain a deep appreciation for the diverse species of owls found around the world and their unique adaptations for nocturnal hunting.
This engaging reader is a must-read for nature enthusiasts and bird lovers, offering a window into the fascinating world of owls and their role in ecosystems.
Remember to adapt the activities and book choices to the age and grade level of the learners to ensure engagement and comprehension.