Best Kids Books About Panda

4 Kids Books About Panda

Updated Jan. 19, 2019
Amanda Panda Quits Kindergarten book
#1
Amanda Panda Quits Kindergarten
Written by Candice Ransom and illustrated by Christine Grove
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-7

The first Amanda Panda book! Amanda Panda has BIG ideas for her first day of school. But when things don’t go according to plan and when a pesky girl dressed in head-to-toe pink decides to be her best friend, Amanda walks out on kindergarten and joins her brother in second grade. It takes an unlikely partner to fix Amanda’s terrible day—and to teach her about friendship, tolerance, and how to cope with life’s ups and downs.

Pandamonia book
#2
Pandamonia
Written by Chris Owen and illustrated by Chris Nixon
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-5

Join in the fantastic fun as one grumpy panda sets off a frenzy of wild partying. There’s grunting and growling and prancing and prowling, skipping and scowling and squealing and yowling, squeaking and squawking, snarling and snorting, hysterical howling and chaotic cavorting—all because of one grumpy panda.

Pip and the Bamboo Path book
#3
Pip and the Bamboo Path
Written and illustrated by Jesse Hodgson
picture book
Recommend Ages: 5-7

The cute Red Panda Pip must set off on her own to find her family and friends when they get separated in the Himalayan mountains.

Mine. Yours. book
#4
Mine. Yours.
Written by Marsha Diane Arnold and illustrated by Qin Leng
picture book
Recommend Ages: 5-6

A sweet and funny story about sharing, friendship and belonging. When Little Panda startles Big Panda awake inside his den, Big Panda crankily declares, ÒMine.Ó Then he puts Little Panda outside, ÒYours.Ó When he still wonÕt leave, Big Panda offers Little Panda a kite. Which delights him! Until the kiteÕs tail starts annoying the other animals in the forest by sweeping up their things. They all give him the same message: their things, ÒMine;Ó the kite, ÒYours.Ó And soon the animals themselves get caught as they try to reclaim their stuff. Can they all learn a new word Ñ ÒOursÓ? No ÒmineÓ allowed! This storyÕs too fun not to share!

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