Note: All reference numbers indicate location in either the Yale University Library System or the New Haven Public Library.
Baker, Keith. Who’s the Beast? New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 1990.
Summary: A rhyming text with hidden pictures of jungle creatures.
Barnes, Djuna. Creatures in an Alphabet. New York: Dial Press, 1982. 64p. Reference Number: CCL, Stacks P53503 A75 C7 1982
Base, Gramme. Animalia———:———,———.
Summary: A rhyming book with common and exotic creatures for each letter of the alphabet.
Battaglia, Aurelius. Animal Sounds. New York: Golden Press, 1981. 22p. Reference Number: E B
Berry, Joy W. Teach Me About Pets. Grolier, 1986.
Summary: Easy reader for pet care.
Blough, Glenn Orland. Who Lives in this House? A Story of Animal Families. New York: MacGraw-Hill, 1957. 48p.
Brett, Jan. The Mitten. New York: Putnam, 1989.
Summary: A story of a mitten used to house many animals.
Carle, Eric. Animals Animals. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.,———.
Summary: A poetry collection of land, air and sea creatures, included insects.
Carle, Eric. The Mixed Up Chameleon. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.,———.
Summary: A rhyming story mixing various animals into one creature.
Carle, Eric. Pancakes! Pancakes! Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.,
Summary: A story of food origin: maple syrup, pancakes, milk.
Eastman, P.D. A Fish Out of Water.———:———,———.
Summary: The results of over-feeding a fish.
Gag, Wanda. Millions of Cats. Weston Woods (with Audiocassette).
Gay, Zhenya. What’s Your Name? New York: Viking Press, 1955. 47p.
Summary: Verses give clues to the identity of baby animals. Reference Number: jS91.5 G2 Easy
Greene, Carla. Animal Doctors What Do They Do? New York: Harper, 1967. 64p.
Summary: Veterinary medicine. Reference Number: j636.089 G83a
Keats, Ezra Jack. Pet Show! New York: MacMillan Publishing Company, 1972..
Summary: A story of a neighborhood pet show and imagination.
Kellogg, Steven. Can I Keep Him? Dial Books for Young Readers, 1971.
Summary: A discussion of appropriate habitats for pets.
Lillie, Patricia. When the Rooster Crowed. New York: William Morrow & Company, Inc., 1991.
Summary: A story of farm animals.
Lilly, Kenneth. The Animal Atlas. New York: Knopf, 1992. 64p. Reference Number: j591.9 L628a Oversize
Martin, Bill, Jr. Brown Bears Brown Bear What Do You See? New York: Bolt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1983. 27p.
Summary: A repeated text naming common animals in various colors.
Martin, Bill, Jr. Polar Bear Polar Bear What Do You Hear? New York: Bolt, 1991.
Summary: A repeated text relating the sounds of various animals.
Mason, Robert G., Ed. Life Picture Book of Animals. New York: Time Life, 1969. 64p. Reference Number: j591 L626
Michels, Tilde. Come Here, Little Hedgehog. Abingdon, 1988.
Summary: A discussion of habitats.
Miller, Jane. Farm Noises. Simon and Schuster, 1989.
Summary: Animal pictures with the appropriate noises.
O’Donnell, Elizabeth Lee. I Can’t Get my Turtle to Move. New York: Morrow Junior Books, 1989.
Summary: A counting book in rhyme with common animals.
Palazzo, Tony. Animal Babies. New York: Garden City Books, 1960. 88p. Reference Number: jS91 P1 Easy
Wildsmith, Brian. Animal Homes. New York: Oxford University Press, 1980. 24p.
Summary: Mostly illustrations. Reference Number: E W Oversize
Wormell, Christopher. An Alphabet of Animals. New York: Dial Books, 1990. 64p.
Summary: Linoleum block prints produced the artwork which portrays both unusual and familiar animals, one for each letter of the alphabet. Reference Number: SML, Arts of the Book (non-circulating) NJ18 W873 +A12 FGV 937S 1990 (LC)
———,———. The Cow that Went Oink.———:———,———.
Summary: Animal sounds.
———,———. Make me a Peanut Butter Sandwich———:———,———.
Summary: A story of the origin of peanut butter and milk.