Not Quite Narwhal
Narwhals are sometimes called "unicorns of the sea". This is the story of Kelp, a sea creature who moves with a pack of family narwhals, even though he doesn't seem to be exactly like the others. His tusk is a littler shorter, his swimming isn't particularly strong, and his doesn't really share the same culinary desires. One day when he is washed ashore, Kelp discovers somebody else who looks just like him- an actual unicorn! A case of identity crisis takes the protagonist on a journey of self-reflection with a satisfying conclusion.
Whimsical Children's Narwhal Books
Unicorns may be figments of the imagination. Unicorns of the sea, however, are very much the real deal. Officially called narwhals, these two ton animals are actually mammals found in Arctic coastal waters. The mystical, majestic whales are popping up in kids' narwhal books everywhere, which pair perfectly with adorable narwhal plush animals and gifts. And children's book illustrators have been quite successfully in transforming the enormous sea beasts with sharp tusks into lovable characters. Since this is not National Geographic, let's take a peek fun stories that take place deep underwater. A friendlier and more colorful version of these deep sea creatures may not depict reality, but they are perfect personalities for little readers.
What is a Narwhal?
A cute lift-the-flap book for the tiniest of readers. Fun tidbits appear under each flap, perfect for budding ocean life lovers.
Where's the Narwhal?
Just look at that face! And that tusk! It looks like candy! Little readers can have fun searching for the narwhal and his other sea friends under red flaps throughout the book.
This one has to be the most adorable narwhal book we have seen so far. Candy-colored sequins may be what initially attracts little ones to this title, but the story is even sweeter! Narwhal is feeling a bit down because she doesn't possess any talents like her mermaid friends. When she is asked by the mermaids to judge a painting contest, Narwhal learns that her talents consist of being honest and fair.
Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea!
A story of friendship between a narwhal and a jellyfish is a winner. This book is perfect for newly independent readers who are ready to dive into a short chapter book about adventures under the sea.
It's Nice to be a Narwhal
Sequins change colors as little fingers engage with this whimsical touch and feel book. A funny addition to any narwhal-lovers' bookshelf.
The Lost Narwhal
Based on a true story, poor Mel the Narwhal is lost at sea. He finds himself far, far away from home and has no idea how to return. Eventually, a pod of beluga whales takes him under their wing and treats him like he is one of their own.
Nighty Night Narwhal
Toddlers will relate to Nelson the Narwhal, a feisty sea creature who is decidedly not ready for bedtime. A padded book with a gentle rhyming story will entertain and coax the most stubborn little ones into a deep sleep.
Wendell the Narwhal
Wendell is having a really tough time making friends. All of the sea creatures have judged him for his pointy horn. Some are afraid and others think he looks downright ridiculous. Poor Wendell is discouraged especially because his horn make no noise so he can't join the sea symphony. Will he ever find a way to fit in and will others learn to see past his tusk?
Never Rub Noses With a Narwhal
A non-fiction book about the Arctic will captivate readers with its stunning illustrations. All kinds of critters and creatures make an appearance in this educational book with a glossery that will fascinate older children. Narwhals, caribou, belugas, ravens, and walruses are just a few examples of the animals highlighted.
I Am a Narwhal
For kids who want to learn the truth about Narwhals, this book is a must-read. It is chock full of information about the habits, behavior and other interesting little-known facts about this mysterious deep-sea creature.
I'm a Narwhal
The narwhal in this Little Golden Book takes the cake for being the cutest! Young readers will love learning all about the mysterious sea creature. Kids will enjoy the colorful illustrations as they delve into all kinds of interesting facts about life as a narwhal in the deep, deep sea.
Narwhals and Pirates
This is quite the interactive spin-the-wheel, lift-the-flaps, pull-the-tab kind of book based on an ocean life theme. This book is chock full of adventure and perfect for toddlers. Narwhals make a fun appearance for what is likely a young reader's first introduction to these mysterious creatures.
Narwhals Are Awesome
If you are looking for a solid, non-fiction book about narwhals, we highly recommend this installment from A Day in the Life: Polar Animals. Learn about where this sea creature lives, how it cares for its young, and what it eats. An informative map of the narwhal's body is a fascinating addition for budding marine biologists.
Probably a Narwhal
This fun book about a narwhal is more fantasy than reality. Nevertheless, it's a super fun story about a little girl who blames a narwhal for her messy ways. Her bedroom is an absolute disaster, but of course it was a mysterious narwhal's doing. One day when a narwhal actually does appear in her bedroom, a very unlikely and special friendship forms.
Oh No, Narwhal!
Poor, little narwhal! All he wants to do is play with his friends, but his tusk always gets in the way. Toddlers will love the catchy, rhyming text about the cutest narwhal they have ever seen.
Buyer beware, your child will be asking for a baby narwhal after reading this book! Thankfully, pet narwhals are not part of our reality, but this charming book sure makes it seem like a fun concept. A cute, little narwhal lives in a fishbowl, dreaming of a world outside of his small and boring domicile. His boy makes this dream come true by placing the fishbowl in a wagon and taking him on a big adventure.
Narwhal on a Sunny Night
Jack and Annie are sent to Greenland for the adventure of a lifetime- rescuing a narwhal! This Magic Tree House book for early readers takes the kids back in time to meet Leif Erikson. A history lesson and a book about narwhals all in one make this a real page turner.
Little Narwhal's Day
A narwhal and a beluga whale take readers on a fun journey deep into the Arctic waters. There readers are introduced to all kinds of interesting sea creatures like Arctic char and Arctic terns. Unusual and captivating illustrations add to the mystery of life in a part of the ocean rarely seen.
Narwhal Coloring Book
83 pages of coloring fun for narwhal fans. These magical deep sea animals are joined by other creatures including unicorns, mermaids, tropical fish and more. Add a brand new carton of crayons and you have an enjoyable and affordable gift for a child who loves narwhals.
You Are My Special Narwhal
A candy-colored book featuring a narwhal reminding children that they are loved. A board book format just right for toddlers, this darling story focuses on the special, unique, and wondrous traits of the child. Pair this book with a soft narwhal plush for the perfect newborn or birthday gift.
Baby Narwhal Finger Puppet Book
Babies will love this interactive finger puppet story about a narwhal living his best life. The little creature swims around in the water, plays with new friends, and returns to his family for bedtime. His smiley face and sparkly tusk poke through every page. Parents can wiggle him around from start to finish for some extra fun.
Narwhal: The Arctic Unicorn
A gorgeously illustrated picture book follows the journey of a pack of narwhals. Winter is over and it is time for them to make the treacherous journey north. Along the way, they use their tusks and clicking sounds for navigation and to communicate with each other. In addition to searching for fish to eat, they have to navigate obstacles like huge ice mazes and hungry polar bears. This non-fiction narwhal book is chock full of information, including side bubbles with interesting facts and several pages of extra material.
Little Narwhal, Not Alone
Like a lot of little kids, a young and curious narwhal wanders off to explore. He encounters new marine life and discovers all kinds of interesting things in the depths of the ocean. When he finally tires and wants to return home, the little narwhal realizes he has wandered way too far. Feeling lonely and upset, he starts to swim back, hoping he can make it safely back to his parents. When he runs into a group of belugas, he discovers a new kind of family. Although they can't communicate with each other, they sure do know how to play! Loosely based on true events.
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Why Read Kids Narwhal Tales
Introducing children to a wide variety of animals through reading is a wonderful way to broaden their knowledge of the natural world. There are so many fascinating and unusual creatures that scientists are still studying and trying to understand. Facts about narwhals shed light on these mammals that are enigmatic due to the extreme conditions in which they live. These mysterious beings are the deepest diving whales that are found above the Arctic Circle, under sea water that is completely covered by ice. Marine biologists have observed some interesting behaviors, like times when these beasts lie motionless on the water surface, or when they leap and dive in unison. But why they act this way is still mostly a mystery. Reading children's books about narwhals is an excellent way to introduce kids to some lesser known animal species and pique their interest in learning more about ocean life.
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