Explorer Extraordinaire (Fancy Nancy) by Jane O’Connor
Fancy Nancy starts an explorer club! She and her best friend Bree explore insects, flowers, birds, leaves, and the nature all around them. Find out just how fancy the outdoors can be!
It’s Raining, It’s Pouring, We’re Exploring by Polly Peters
When it’s raining outside, three children decide they can go exploring inside… with their imaginations! Written in rhyme and with colourful illustrations, this story highlights the magic of imaginative play, and children will be able to connect to how they play at home!
Let’s Explore, Moose! by Audrey Fraggalosch
Moose is teaching her baby how to explore his forest home. The moose baby explores the forest, finds new animals, learns to swim, and discovers new foods to eat. When Spring comes, the baby is now a young moose, and can live and explore on his own.
Dora’s Cousin Diego Nickelodeon/Leslie Valdes
Everyone's favourite explorers – Dora and Diego – are off to explore and save baby jaguar before he plunges into the waterfall. Children can participate by making animal noises, counting, and of course warding off Swiper!
We’ll All Go Exploring by Maggee Spicer and Richard Thompson
Three friends go exploring in the ‘world of trees’ and find different kinds of trees and different animals living in each one. Simple text written in rhyme, the tree pages open up to reveal the animals living within them. The imaginary forest contains trees and animals from all over the world (maple, gum, jungle, mangrove). Great book for all ages – colourful illustrations will captivate young ones and the older children will enjoy seeing different animals and learning about different types of trees.