Combine the two, books about gardens (nature, earth, wildlife, mountains, etc), for a truly spellbinding read.

Nature books tend to be beautiful to look at – the subject matter inspires stunning artwork, which in turn encourages kids to appreciate and protect the world around them.

We have selected these from the app today, but do share any that your family have enjoyed.

Remember, there Is No Planet B! This generation will have to clear up the mess that previous ones have made. Let’s help them.


I Am The Seed That Grew The Tree

Fiona Waters

A National Trust bible for kids that features a nature poem for each day. “Sumptuously illustrated,” says a mum of 3. “A great selection of well-known and more obscure poems, matched to the month and season.”

Secrets of the Mountain

Libby Walden

Recommended by a mum of 2. “An incredibly atmospheric book, with illustrations that wistfully depict all creatures of the mountain from day to night, accompanied by lyrical text. Explore the beauty of nature and the wonders in this picturesque book.”

The Nature Girls

AKI Delphine Mach

“A delight of rhythmic rhyming prose. The bold Nature Girls are ready for whatever nature throws at them, exploring all sorts of habitats,” reads the review on Kinfo app. Follow the girls’ adventures, all the while learning fun facts as they journey through the natural world.

Holes: Discover a Hidden World

Jonathan Litton

“A snapshot of the world through a lens. Natural holes, volcanoes and caves, or man-made tunnels and wells. Each double page is brimful of information and intricate detail,” admires this parent.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Eric Carle

The classic tale is 50-years-old this year and it hasn’t dated. We see it as a first nature book for babies. Watch the long, green caterpillar munch his way through leaves leaving holes in his trail. Recommended by a mum.


Sophy Henn

Each page focusses on a single element of an animal, whether that’s the squid’s eye or a polar bear’s paw – and combines the enlarged illustration with age-appropriate facts. “Far too good to be a novelty book. We have had so much fun reading it!” says this mum.

Little Honey Bee

Katie Haworth

“Sharing the beautiful flora and fauna that surrounds honeybees throughout the seasons. The pages feature rhyming phrases and flowers and little bees to spot. Under flaps, little readers can discover another creature or plant and finally, a wonderful beehive,” says a mum of 2.

What a Wonderful World

Bob Thiele

A mum of 2 sings this song at bed time to help her kids feel a positive appreciation for the world. Give it a go, the words are all in this beautiful hardcover book, illustrated by Tim Hopgood.

Exciting App Feature!

This is what you will see every time you log onto Kinfo app.

The List selects events across the UK for you and your family to browse each week.

With so much fun and exploration to be had, the question is, how to do it all?

Nature Playlist 

Music to kick leaves, climb mountains and dance in the rain to. By Mr Kinfo, on Spotify.

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