Spanish Bug Books for Toddlers and Kids
Inside: Spanish bug books for kids.
My kids are really into bugs. Sometimes I’ll find them turning over rocks in the yard to see what treasures they’ll find underneath. I’ve had to study up to learn a lot of the names myself! Today I’ve collected my favorite books about bugs in Spanish, to read as a family. (Looking for more books? See my posts on 50 Bilingual Books in Spanish and English, and 50 Authentic Picture Books in Spanish.)
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SPANISH BUG BOOKS FOR KIDS
Insectos! (Dk Readers En Espanol. Level 2)
Here’s a general guide and easy reader for bugs in Spanish. I like the DK readers for non-fiction, and this one will be helpful if you have a curious child or a learning the names together.
..Sabes algo sobre insectos?/ Do You Know about Insects?
This is another general guide, with good realistic photos and facts about insects in Spanish.
La araña muy ocupada (Spanish Edition)
My kids really enjoy this book, which is a delightful introduction to how spiders spin webs. The spider and her web are raised, and little hands love to feel the growing web.
La abeja de más (Spanish Edition)
A funny fictional story about a colony of bees who discover an unknown bee has entered their hive. This is a fun look into the inner workings of a hive, the queen bee, and worker bees.
La vida de la abeja (¡Mira cómo crece!) (Spanish Edition)
Here’s a close-up look in the entire lifespan of a bee, from egg to adult.
La oruga muy hambrienta/The Very Hungry Caterpillar: bilingual board book (Spanish Edition)
This is one of our very favorites, and a gentle introduction into the lifecycle of a caterpillar and butterfly. It’s hard to get better than Eric Carle!
National Geographic Readers: De la Oruga a la Mariposa (Caterpillar toButterfly)
Here’s a non-fiction look into the lifecycle of a butterfly, witch good photos and explanations. As a non-native Spanish speaker, it’s so helpful to have the technical terms for me to learn!
Butterflies are just the backstory to this touching book about a boy who doesn’t speak English in his new school, but it’s a beautiful story with beautiful pictures.
La Mariquita Malhumorada (Spanish Edition)
Another Eric Carle treasure that’s been translated into Spanish, this one follows a grouchy ladybug who meets lots of other insects and finally learns some manners. It’s also a good peek into a ladybug’s life.
La luz de Lucía (Spanish Edition)
This story is about a little firefly who learns to accept her own uniqueness and shine her light.
NON-FICTION GUIDES TO SPECIFIC INSECTS IN SPANISH
If you are looking for specific guides or want to have a collection about different insects, you may want to check out these titles!
If you’re looking for more activities to do with bugs in Spanish, I have a bilingual game pack, with picture cards to play Memory, Go Fish, Bingo, and a mini-book. Check it out for some extra bug fun!
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