Animals have always fascinated kids, with their incredible diversity, unique adaptations, and intriguing characters.
In this post, we’ll explore the 31 Best Animal Books For 2nd Graders (Age 7).
The animal books mentioned in this post are based on comprehensive research and reviews and are considered some of the Best Animal Books For 2nd Graders.
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Overview Of The 31 Best Animal Books For 2nd Graders (Age 7)
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‘Ants in Our P.A.N.T.S.’ by John Patrick Green. Join InvestiGators Mango and RoboBrash as they dive into a new mystery. Giant ants causing chaos in the city, and it’s up to Mango and his new partner to save the day. Will they manage to stop the ants? Get ready for a fun adventure!
Be sure to check out InvestiGators Boxed Set.
In “Pigeon Needs a Bath!” by Mo Willems, the determined Pigeon tries to avoid taking a bath at all costs! Through humorous illustrations, Pigeon comes up with numerous excuses and hilarious reasons for avoiding the bath. As the story unfolds, young readers join in on Pigeon’s amusing journey as he finally discovers the joys of getting clean.
In “Babymouse” by Jennifer L. Holm, meet Babymouse, a mouse with big dreams. She’s on a mission to become the queen of the world, navigating through her school life. Dive into Babymouse’s world filled with fun and the pursuit of her dreams.
“It’s Me, Two” by Jim Benton, features the funny Catwad. Catwad and Blurmp begin on new adventures filled with humor and imagination. Join them as they face monsters under the bed and discover witty things that make this novel a must-read.
Join Pete in “Pete the Cat Goes Camping” by James Dean as he begins on a camping adventure filled with hiking, fishing, and more. In this story, Pete overcomes his small fears and discovers the joys of the outdoors.
“Stuart Little” by E. B. White is a story of a special mouse. Stuart, unlike other mice, is part of a human family and lives in New York City. When his best friend, a little bird named Margalo, disappears, Stuart begins on a journey to find her. This adventure takes him away from home, leading to many exciting encounters.
“Creepy Carrots!” by Aaron Reynolds. The story follows Jasper Rabbit, who has a love for carrots. But his excessive carrot-picking habits lead to some consequences. Jasper begins to notice that the carrots are following him, and he can’t escape their creepy presence. This fun story combines a fun storyline with engaging illustrations and is sure to delight young readers with its blend of humor and suspense.
In “Lions at Lunchtime” by Mary Pope Osborne, Jack and Annie’s adventure takes them to the vast grasslands of Africa. As they arrive, Jack’s hope of avoiding lions is put to the test when they face the lions. Join them on this African journey filled with encounters and discoveries.
In “Secret of the Water Dragon” by Tracey West, the Dragon Masters face danger when the Dragon Stone goes missing, and the thief is their friend Bo. Now, the Dragon Masters must protect the Dragon Stone and ensure safety.
“Unicorn Famous” by Dana Simpson explores the friendship between Phoebe and her unicorn companion, Marigold. However, when everyone starts liking unicorns, Phoebe feels less special. Still, she has exciting adventures.
“Flight of the Moon Dragon” by Tracey West is about the Dragon Masters. They’re in danger of losing their friends. So, they go on an exciting adventure to a place called the Land of Pyramids. Their mission is to find something hidden in the Pyramid. Can they find it?
‘Heist and Seek’ by John Patrick Green. The InvestiGators are on the case when valuable paintings go missing from the art world. Mango and Brash put on masks as famous painters to catch the thief. They need to find the stolen artwork and save the art museum’s important event.
‘The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog’ by John R. Erickson. Meet Hank, a clever dog who protects the ranch. Hank and his friend work together to solve strange ranch murders. Join the adventure as Hank proves he’s not guilty and solves the mystery.
In “Rescue on the Oregon Trail” by Kate Messner, meet Ranger, a special dog with a talent for time-traveling. One day, he discovers a first aid kit in the garden, transporting him back to the year 1850 where he meets a boy named Sam, and with Ranger’s help, they face dangerous challenges together.
In “The Bears on Hemlock Mountain” by Alice Dalgliesh, young Jonathan is told that there are no bears on Hemlock Mountain, so he sets out alone over the mountain without fear. However, one cold night, he makes an unexpected discovery! Join Jonathan in this classic story as he faces dangers and learns important lessons.
In “Banana Fox and the Book-Eating Robot” by James Kochalka, the hilarious adventures of Banana Fox continue. When Banana Fox finds himself in library jail due to late fees, a bad book-eating robot causes destruction. It’s up to Sharyanna and William to solve the mystery and save the day.
In “Moose on a Mission” by Mo O’Hara, readers are introduced to Agent Moose, the secret agent, and his assistant Owlfred. When a mysterious robber causes chaos in the Big Forest. Determined to protect innocent animals, Agent Moose and Owlfred begin a thrilling investigation.
“The Lost Sloths” by Graham Annable follows Peter, Ernesto, and their sloth friends. After their beloved tree is destroyed by a storm, the sloths must navigate through the jungle in search of a new home. However, the jungle is filled with dangers and wild animals. Dive into this story of friendship, bravery, and the search for a home.
“Camp Babymouse” by Jennifer L. Holm takes readers on a camping adventure, Babymouse is excited, but she must also navigate nature and avoid getting lost. As the story unfolds, Babymouse’s journey takes an unexpected turn, and she must find her way back.
In “Unicorn on a Roll” by Lincoln Peirce, Phoebe navigates the challenges of school while loving her friendship with Marigold, a magical unicorn. Together, they begin on delightful adventures and navigate the ups and downs of school life.
In “Dog Man and Cat Kid” by Dav Pilkey, the heroic Dog Man teams up with his new friend to solve a thrilling mystery. When a famous movie star goes missing, it’s up to Dog Man and Cat Kid to save them.
“Sparks!” by Ian Boothby, features a duo of heroic cats, August and Charlie. Together, they develop a powerful dog suit. Their mission becomes even more challenging when they meet Princess, an evil alien determined to enslave humanity. As Princess and her minions create a wicked plan to conquer Earth, August and Charlie must use all their skills to save the day.
“Donut Feed the Squirrels” by Mika Song follows the hilarious adventures of Norma and Belly, two squirrels with a desire for donuts. They embark on a mission to steal the biggest and most delicious donut they can find. Join Norma and Belly on their journey as they discover the power of teamwork.
“Join the Crow Crowd!” by Elise Gravel, follows Arlo, accompanied by his friend Pips, who dreams of the presence of other crows. Their lives take an exciting turn when they meet a special crow who has unique skills. Join Arlo on his journey as he discovers new lessons and experiences in the world of crows.
“Wannabees” by Brian Smith. Bee, along with her best friends Pea and Jay, simply wants to enjoy playing together. However, their connection is disrupted when Lenny, a power-hungry bee, becomes a queen. Determined to reveal Lenny’s true identity, Bee and her friends begin on a mission to expose him.
“Bird & Squirrel On Ice” by James Burks. Bird and Squirrel meet a penguin named Sakari to save her village from Killer Whale. Together with Sakari’s assistance, they create a wild plan to escape. With teamwork and determination, they hope to survive.
In “Pug’s Sleepover” by Kyla May, join Bub the pug and his human friend Bella as they prepare for an exciting sleepover with their friends Jack and Luna. However, when Jack starts a surprise on Bella that threatens to ruin the party, it’s up to Bub to save the sleepover from becoming a disaster.
In “Eva and the New Owl” by Rebecca Elliott, join Eva as she meets a new owl named Hailey in her class. Eva is thrilled to make a new friend, but Hailey becomes close to Eva’s best friend, Lucy. Discover the story of friendship, jealousy, and finding a friend in this delightful book.
Don’t forget to explore the Owl Diaries Series.
In “CatStronauts: Digital Disaster” by Drew Brockington, a team of cats and talented kittens are on a mission to help a rich cat named Darby open a space hotel. But when they meet AVA, a smart computer, things get complicated. AVA causes problems with the hotel’s systems. Join the cats on this exciting adventure in space.
“Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties” by Dav Pilkey, follows the adventures of Dog Man, a half-dog, half-human police officer. Dog Man faces a new challenge when Petey the Cat made a copy of a troublesome kitten, which is causing more trouble. Dog Man must work hard to catch both troublemakers and prove himself as the top dog on the police force.
In “Adventures of a Pangopup” by Ivan Sulima, follows the story of a young pangolin named Pangopup who wants to explore the world outside of his home. Even though his mom tells him not to go, he goes out and meets a brave dik dik who takes him on exciting adventures. Pangopup learns important lessons about trust, responsibility, and listening to those who care for us.
The animal books recommended in this list have been thoroughly researched and reviewed, and are considered some of the best Animal Books For 2nd Graders. While I may not have personally read all of these books, they have been highly recommended by other readers.
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