The 512 Ants on
Sullivan Street by Carol A. Losi.
A great math lesson on doubling numbers. This
multiplying group of ants sets out to ruin a picnic.
Ant Cities by
A good nonfiction book about ants.
Are You an Ant? by
Judy Allen and Tudor Humphries.
A great nonfiction book about the life of any ant.
Piggledy Hobbledy Hoy by Dorothy Butler.
A brother and sister make up rhymes about each other as
they set off for a picnic.
How Hungry Are
You? by Donna Jo Napoli.
A group of animals headed on a picnic will have to
decide how to divide up their food as more guests are
The Life and
Times of the Ant by Charles Micucci.
A good reference book on ants.
School Bus Gets Ants in its Pants by Scholastic.
This time Miss Frizzle and her class end up in an ant
Picnic by Grace Maccarone.
A great book to use in a math lesson for different
combinations of numbers equaling ten.
Mop and the
Birthday Picnic by Martine Schaap.
A family and their dog go on a celebratory picnic.
However, the dog eats their lunch!
Once Upon a
Picnic by John Prater.
The illustrations in this book are filled with familiar
storybook characters! Students will enjoy finding
the familiar faces entangled with a family on a picnic.
The Picnic by
What happens to a group of forest animals when a human
family comes in their territory for a picnic.
Picnic Farm by
A simple book of picnic foods and items and how they
originate from farm animals.
This rhyming alphabet book follows pigs bringing a
variety of foods to a picnic.
Picnic by Margaret Mahy.
A family goes on exciting picnic adventures in their old
We had a Picnic
this Sunday Past by Jacqueline Woodson.
This is a delightful book of a family gathering.
We're Going on
a Picnic! by Pat Hutchins.
Duck, Goose and Hen, set out for a picnic, but lose
their food along the way.