Amazing Snakes! (I Can Read Book 2)
By Sarah L. Thomson
Harper Collins, 2006
An easy reader created with the cooperation of the Wildlife Conservation Society. This book covers the life and habits of snakes on a level that will fit the skills of beginning readers while holding their attention with colorful photographs of various species of snakes.
National Geographic Readers: Snakes!
By Melissa Stewart
National Geographic Children's Books, 2009
National Geographic is a favorite of many and this book on snakes is one kids will love. Filled with facts and photos that will captivate children and adults of all ages.
The Book of Snakes
By Christiane Gunzie
Kingfisher Publishing, 2006
Beautiful paintings and great details cover everything from how snakes move to what they eat to a variety of species from all over the world. This book is one every library should have on hand.
The Snake Scientist (Scientists in the Field Series)
By Sy Montgomery
Sandpiper Publishing, 2001
Take a look at the job of a herpetologist. Learn about how one scientist does his job and follow on his study of snakes as he takes measurements, performs experiments, and studies the lives of snakes in the wild. Great and up close photographs will have you feeling as if you have come along for the study.
Snakes of the World Coloring Book
By Jan Slovak
Dover Publications, 1995
Now that you have learned so much about snakes, perhaps you want to try your hand at some artful coloring of these creatures. Add a little color to over 40 species.
By Seymour Simon
Seymour Simon brings us another great book of nature. Color photographs, fascinating details, and clearly written text will have readers glued to this book beginning with the boa draped over a branch on the front cover.