Great Migrations: Whales, Wildebeests, Butterflies, Elephants, and Other Amazing Animals on the Move
By Elizabeth Carney
National Geographic Children's Books, 2010
This book is a companion to the television series on the National Geographic channel. This book is filled with full color photographs and wonderful text that also has visual appeal. Learn about the migration habits of eight different animals in this wonderful book.
The Journey: Stories of Migration
By Cynthia Rylant
The Blue Sky Press, 2006
Learn about locusts, monarch butterflies, gray whales, American silver eels, caribou, and Arctic terns and their complex journeys. Beautiful artwork depicting the migration of these animals graces page after page.
What Is Migration?
By John Crossingham
Crabtree Publishing Company, 2001
Voyage, fly and move with animals of all types and species as they move across the world to feed and survive. Learn about the ones you are familiar with and also with the ones you are not; like eels as they battle the elements for survival in this complex trip.
Going Home: The Mystery of Animal Migration
By Marianne Berkes
Dawn Publishing, 2010
This is a unique look at migrations through poetry written from the view of the migratory animal – as if seen through their eyes. Maps, Websites, beautiful illustrations and even activities make this a great book for kids and the adults in their lives, as well.
Pushes & Pulls: Why do People Migrate? (Investigating Human Migration & Settlement)
By Robert Walker
Crabtree Publishing Co., 2010
People migrate too. This book presents the reasons and the details of migration for the human world. And why do they choose to live where they do?
The Migration of a Whale (Amaze)
By Tanya Kant
Children's Press, 2008
Follow the gray whale and learn of its life from embryo to adult and track the migration using the map provided. See inside the whale using the special "see-through" page. A fun tool for learning all about the gray whale.
The Peregrine's Journey: A Story of Migration
By Madeleine Dunphy
Web of Life Children's Books; First Trade Paper Edition, 2008
This book is based on an actual bird that was tracked by the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service. Learn all about the bird's food, life, and migration. This story begins in Alaska and finishes when the bird arrives in Argentina two months later.
Animals That Migrate
By Carmen Bredeson
Franklin Watts Publishing, 2002
Learn about the differences in animals' hibernation locations including burrows and caves. Photographs and wonderful text make this a terrific book to keep in your library.