Here are some more fun Preschool books for you to check out.
“Someone’s been eating from A to Z I wonder who in the world it could be?
This someone ate apples, tart and red… then took a big bite of banana bread…”
This book will catch your attention from the beginning because it has a big BITE missing from the book! How fun! It goes through the alphabet with food! You’ll love how fun it is to read & the new foods your child will learn. Ages 1-5
“Three little dinosaurs on a camp-out, Chasmosaurus asked, ‘What’s a lava tube about?’ He slid the tube, then blasted out the spout, No more frill-seekers on a camp-out.”
Your kids will immediately be drawn to the large google eyes that appear on every page. The book goes from 10 to 1 (practice counting backwards) with the ever popular dinosaurs. It is written a la 10 Monkeys bouncing on the bed. Very fun. Ages 1-5
“Who’s that with the long whiskers? Is it my mom? Is it my dad? ‘No, it’s me,’ said the seal, fishing for a meal.”
This is a simple sweet book of a penguin looking for his Mom & Dad. It introduces various Polar animals along the way. But what will make it stand out is that the penguin you see on the cover is actually a rubber puppet you can put your finger through on each page. Seriously, who things of all these clever things? Ages 1-5
“My stretchy neck is so long, isn’t there to help me see, all the tasty, crunchy leaves, at the top of the tallest tree! When I’m found, make my sound…Munch! Munch! Munch!
This book immediately catches my little ones eye. It has bold pictures of animals, sturdy flaps, and if fun to read. Ages 1-5
“Picture me as a fuzzy bunny. I like carrots orange and crunchy.”
I don’t know what it is, but babies love seeing other baby faces! And Mom’s love seeing their babies dressed up – must be we still all want to play dress ups! You place a favorite picture of your child on the last page and then as you read through the 6 board book pages you can see your child dressed up as a bunny, bee, flower, bear, and bird. My kids really loved looking at themselves in these books. There are logs of stories to choose from. Ages 1-3
“Perhaps I could hide behind these vines,’ says Barcode. No, Barcode, you have to be smooth and slippery to hide here!’ say the snakes.”
This fun book is sparkly, ‘fuzzy’, and with lift-the-flaps! Join Zebra as he tries to find a hiding spot to play hide-and-seek with the other jungle animals. Ages 1-4
“Good night, Gorilla. Good night, Elephant.”
This book sweet. It is simple, with very little text. The illustrations are sweet. What is so good about the book is that your child can tell you what is happening and infer it from the pictures. This is another classic book everyone should read. Ages 1-3
“Aa is for alligator. Bb is for bear. Cc is for camel. Chase us if you dare!”
A simple book with beautiful illustrations that are full of color! I love that they show the capital & lowercase letter on each page. In each image the animal is shown interacting with the letter. They have also done a nice job of not using the ‘standard’ animals. They include sloth, trout, vulture, yak, and llama – you get the idea. Ages 1-4
This book has a study clock attached that is visible on every page. The super sturdy, click as they rotate hands are a blast to play with! This book is wonderful for practicing telling time. I will note this is not an English/Spanish book so if you can’t read some basic Spanish this may not be with book for you. Although 2, the fun clock, and Pooh images are the same in any language. Ages 2-6
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