Educational Children's Books About Birds

In spring, many children show an interest in birds and want to know more about them. Here are 4 educational children’s books about birds that you can enjoy together.

Baby's First Book of Birds & Colors
by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes
Age range: 1-2 years

This engaging board book helps your infant or toddler make associations between words, colors, and birds. Vibrant illustrations match a bird with the word describing their color, and the natural background of the bird matches the color as well.

The Little Book of Backyard Bird Songs
by Andrea Pinnington and Caz Buckingham
Age range: 2-4 years

Young children are often curious about the birds they see and hear around their home, but you may not always know which birds make which songs. This interactive board book lets your child discover the songs of common backyard birds, as well as their pictures. This can help them make the association between the birds they hear and the birds they see. They’ll also learn some facts about each bird.

All About Birds Sticker Activity Book
by Tiger Tales
Age range: 3-7 years

Because children learn best through hands-on activities, this activity book can be an ideal way to help your kid learn more about birds. It features sticker activities paired with bird facts, coloring, mazes, guided drawing, and “find the difference” games.

Bird Builds a Nest: A First Science Storybook
by Martin Jenkins
Age range: 4-6 years

With engaging illustrations and clear language, this storybook helps young children understand how birds build their nests. Additionally, the book ends with some discussion options for adults and children to help you support your child’s learning.