Truth be told, I am not crazy about the title of this book (it should come as no surprise that I don't really love Everybody Poops, either). But, I'm willing to get over it, as Who Pooped in Central Park? Scat and Track for Kids, by Gary Robson, is a great way to learn about all the living creatures that inhabit Central Park. Hint: there are a TON!
Readers will follow along with a group of kids as they make their way from the Central Park Zoo to Farmer's Gate, discovering all sorts of poop (and the animal who deposited it there) along the way. With the help of park rangers, the kids discover everything from Monarch butterflies and Red-Winged Blackbirds to a Diamondback Terrapin and Big Brown Bat (eek!). My girls discovered a lot of cool facts about animals in this book, and it's one that they go back to again and again, learning something new each time.
A great book for animal lovers and anyone who questions the validity of New York City's "animal kingdom"!