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    And of course I just saw this. I have not been through it, but you might find some listed there.
    Picture Books Library Lists | All About Learning Press

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    Our favorites were:

    Wild about Books by Sierra & Brown, about a librarian who opens a branch of the library at the zoo.
    Owl Babies by Martin Waddell and Patrick Benson.

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    We still love Owen and Mzee books! Sweetest story.

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    I like anything by Gyo Fujikawa, e.g.: Baby Animals (9781402757013): Gyo Fujikawa: Books

    My daughter loved those books when she was little.

    Another AMAZING author is Jim Arnosky, e.g.:

    Babies in the Bayou: Jim Arnosky: 9780142414637: Books

    My daughter is a little more lukewarm on him, but he has a great ability to craft stories about animals who aren't (or aren't very) anthropomorphic. I don't know of any other author who does it so well.

    Of course, we read tons of books about anthropomorphic animals, but I put those in a different category.

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    Owen and Mzee: the true story of a remarkable friendship

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    - Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
    - Three Bears in a boat
    - The snail and the whale by J. Donaldson
    - Stellaluna
    - A house in the woods
    - The story of Ferdinand
    - Little Polar Bear stories
    - Elmer stories
    - stories by Leo Lionni
    - Little Pip stories by Karma Wilson
    - Papa Piccolo
    - A castle full of cats
    - Judy Dunn's Big Treasury of Little Animals collection
    mom to 3 girls: DD10, DD9, DD6

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