These Vampire Bat Books for Kids are sure to please and fascinate your children as they learn all about this awesome Rainforest Animal.
These books contain so much information about the Vampire Bat as well as stories about people from Rain Forest.
The following Vampire Bat-themed books for kids cover all aspects of the home-school education coin – from picture books to workbooks; from learning to read up to chapter books!
Vampire Bat Books for Kids:
The following books are all available at Amazon. Simply click the book image (aff link) to be taken there.
Did you know a vampire bat feeds on blood? Read to learn about the vampire bat’s diet and other facts about this mammal. Bring augmented reality to your students by downloading the free Capstone 4D app and scanning for access to an online article, video, and discussion questions.
See what a vampire bat has in common with a sperm whale. Find out what sets a vampire bat apart from a walrus or a groundhog. Readers will compare and contrast key traits of vampire bats—their appearance, behavior, habitat, and life cycle—to traits of other mammals. Charts and sidebars support key ideas and provide details.
Did you know that vampire bats get their name because they eat only blood? They are so good at getting blood that victims often don’t feel a thing. Students will learn about the vampire bat’s habitat, life cycle, feeding habits, and various other scientific information–all presented with clear, interesting nonfiction text.
Luckily, vampire bats don’t harm people; they’re much more interested in the blood of livestock and forest animals. Their bites are so small that they’re often undetected by the animals they feed on.
Have you ever seen a Vampire Bat? A Vampire Bat in a Santa Claus hat? Vampire Bats in Santa Claus Hats is a fun dual-holiday book for very young children just learning to put things together. Come count the bats as they create one of our most favored holiday scenes.
Discusses the creatures that live in darkness, bats and other animals that fly at night, and other animals that hide from the light, and provides answers to questions in each subject area
Did you know that some animals use poop to cool off? It’s true. And there’s even an animal that uses poop to defend itself! Learn more about the gross things animals do and why they do them. The zoo will never be the same!
A young bat does not like the food his family eats. Should he be made to eat it anyway? What is the little bat to do?
Who ever heard of a bat who wants a pet cat?
A Vampire Bat Wants A Cat is a cute and funny children’s picture book. Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers will love to have this book read to them during bedtime.
It is the best bedtime story because it has colorful pictures big kids and little kids will laugh at. It allows the imagination to run wild and of course has a happy ending.
Take your coloring to the next level with this Advanced Adult Coloring Book of VAMPIRE BATS
The Really Fearsome Blood-loving Vampire Bat and Other Creatures with Strange Eating Habits (The Really Horrible Guides)
Vincent is convinced that the new kid in his class is a vampire bat because his hair comes to a point on his forehead and his teeth are red.
Looks at the South American nocturnal animal, the vampire bat, including their behavior, characteristics, habitats, and diet.
Provides basic information on vampire bats, including eating habits, habitats, reproduction, and conservation.
Bats: Children Book of Fun Facts & Amazing Photos on Animals in Nature – A Wonderful Bats Book for Kids aged 3-7
Batty, The Vampire Bat – Children’s book. Learning about bats with a story behind it!
Every year in Vampire Creek there is an initiation ball for adolescent bats who have not yet tasted human blood. Hilda, a vegetarian, is blissfully ignorant of the purpose of the ball.
Devoted to her lentils, Hilda lives with her curmudgeonly maid Matilda and her cynical cat, Wiglaf, and has no idea what her fangs are for. She attends the ball dressed in white when it is compulsory to wear red, and sticks out like a sore thumb.