Ask a Storytime Ninja: Lightning Round – Endangered Animals & Tigers Storytime

This is our first Lightning Round of the month! These questions are posed to all of our ninjas instead of just our featured monthly ones and are meant to be quick and efficient responses to some interesting inquiries. Here’s our question for this week:

 

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The Question:

 

“Do you have any book recommendations for an endangered animals storytime for 3 – 6 year olds? Especially ones featuring tigers?”

 

The Answers:

 

From Natasha F.C. (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Natasha-Forrester-Librarian/201079469997932):

 

Two of my favorite tiger books are It’s a Tiger by David LaRochelle and Augustus and His Smile by Catherine Rayner. It’s a Tiger would be great for talking about how people are scared of tigers which can make them more likely to not worry about them, and Augustus and His Smile revels in the natural world, including Augustus taking a swim.

 

It could also be fun to use a book like Actual Size and pick out animals that are endangered (some gorillas, some crocodiles, etc.).

 

From Michelle M. (@mmlibrarian):

 

I like It’s a Tiger by David LaRochelle.

 

From Bridget W. (@bridgetrwilson, http://whatisbridgetreading.blogspot.com/):

 

Moon Bear by Barbara Guiberson
Almost Gone: The World’s Rarest Animals by Steve Jenkins
The race to save the Lord God Bird by Phillip Hoose
Can We Save the Tiger? by Martin Jenkins
Roly Poly Pangolin by Anna Dewdney
Little Mist by Angela McAllister (features red pandas, snow leopards, & moon bears)

 

Once a Mouse by Marcia Brown
It’s a Tiger by David LaRochelle
Read to Tiger by S. J. Fore
Conejito by Margaret Read MacDonald

 

From Sue J.:

 

Eric Carle’s Panda Bear, Panda Bear, what do you see?

 

Thanks for all the great responses everyone! Do you have any of your own? We’d love to hear about them in the comments!

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