Do you have a toddler or preschooler who is already showing interest in fishing? If so, while they are demonstrating a passion for learning, it’s time to encourage them with books. Here are some fiction and non-fiction children’s books about fishing.
The Barefoot Fisherman: A Fishing Book for Kids (Non-fiction)
The Barefoot Fisherman: A Fishing Book for Kids is a solid kids fishing book written by Paul Amdadahl. It’s great for kids who have gone fishing a few times, and it’ll give them various tips for a variety of species they’ll catch, as well as fishes that will keep them dreaming!
Kids Gone Fishin’ – The Young Angler’s Guide to Catching More and Bigger Fish (Non-fiction)
Kids Gone Fishin’ is a colorful book full of engaging text choices and interesting photos written by David Maas. It is aimed at kids who are just starting. It’s regarded as one of the best children’s fishing books, especially for children who are new to the activity. Take a look at it if you want to get your kids excited about fishing.
The Three Little Bass and the Big Bad Gar (Fiction)
The Three Little Bass and the Big Bad Gar by James Miller is a fantastic fishing book for youngsters. James Miller, eight years old, wrote the book, which was illustrated by his mother, Kris Taft Miller. It’s a fresh spin on the classic tale of the “Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf.” It also sends the message that hard work pays off.
All these are some great fishing books for beginners.