8 Fun Books For Pre-Schoolers Worth Buying

Books are a big deal in our house and we try to read to our kiddos every night and well, we have our son read to us almost every single night because it is a requirement he has to do for part of his Backpack Reading program at school. But, we really do enjoy seeing how far he has come in his reading! Here are 8 fun books for pre-schoolers that are our favorites of all of our home library.

1. Richard Scarry’s Best First Book Ever! (Richard Scarry’s Best Books Ever!)

We have always been fans of Richard Scarry and this book is one of my favorites. This book includes some of the favorite Scarry animal characters who introduce simple learning concepts and over 700 words. We here love books that are entertaining and help teach our kids.

Get this book with just $10.61.

2. Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book

I have always loved the books that have fun little flaps in them. This book is adorable! My kids always loved this book because they were not just sitting and listening to the book they were interacting.

This book costs just $5.13!

3. Giraffes Can’t Dance

My kids LOVE this book and I think the illustrations are amazing. Full of color, rich and vibrant! And the story is adorable. Gerald the Giraffe is a character I think we all can relate to, fitting in. It has a great message.

$4.19

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Mamasita A
Mamasita A, also known as writer Danity Donnaly, is a mother of three, a wife, daughter, sister, friend, employee, Midwesterner, baker, boo boo kisser, writer, shopper and more! Mamasita A loves looking for deals and making treats with her kiddos, drinking diet coke and reading celebrity gossip.

30 Responses to “8 Fun Books For Pre-Schoolers Worth Buying

  • My boys have a couple of Richard Scarry books and they really enjoy them. I had some of his books when I was little, too!

  • I just read my kids a Richard Scarry book when we were at the library last week! They really seem to enjoy his books, so I may have to buy them a couple to read to them at bed time because they love their bed time stories.

  • I like the titles of these books. I think kids would really enjoy them. I’d like to read them too, makes me feel like a kid again. Dear Zoo and Peek A Who sound interesting to me.

  • These are some great books! I know my daughter has read a few of them and enjoys them

  • A great list of books for little ones. Some faves of ours there too (Kim)

  • Lovely choices some i have not seen before. Would be good to find these to see what my kiddies think.

  • Those are some good books. I have quite an extensive book collection for my own toddler and we just love to read. Thanks for your list.

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    Helene Cohen Bludman
    3 years ago

    We had quite a few Richard Scarry books in our house. Glad to see they are still in circulation.

  • Looks like a great book. I will have to check it out. Thanks!!

  • I will have to look into Richard Scarry books, my 6 year old is learning how to read.Our next visit to the library we will check them out

  • I had a ton of Richard Scary books I passed on to my children. I love them!

  • When my kids were preschool aged, I bought a variety of books to help them see the different types of stories available. It’s cool to see their interests change as they get older.

  • Why have I not heard of these? I have raised 3 toddlers and never heard of most of these. Seriously where have I been hiding? I have to check these out!

  • Giraffes Can’t Dance is probably my favorite book for little kids. Such a great message!

  • My son is past the preschool age but these look amazing and I’m sure my neighbors daughter would love them I’ll pass this on to her.

  • Giraffes Can’t Dance looks like a cute book. But I remember reading Richard Scarry books to my daughter when she was younger.

  • I am planning to add a few to my sons collection for Easter so this list is perfect. There are several we do not own – perfect for his Easter basket.

  • I have 3 Grandkids that are young and I am forever buying them books. They love them, which I think is GREAT.

  • I love books like this that help to get kids excited about reading from an early age.

  • I miss Richard Scarry, oh my gosh! Brings back the memories 🙂

  • Looks like a wonderful book for the little ones

  • It’s great to start reading as young as preschoolers are. They can go to a world far from their own!

  • Richard Scarry books are great! I love that he writes for kids to enjoy and it gets them reading.

  • I loved Richard Scarry books when I was little, and now my kids love them too!

  • I have never heard of Richard Scarry. My favorite book when I was a pre-schooler and to read to my kids when they were was “The Pokey Little Puppy”

  • Oh goodness…I HAD Richard Scarry books when I was little! How fun!

  • My kids have a lot of books. I try to stay away from books that don’t have a good story line or that are totally commercial, but they do make their way into the collection.

  • The Going-To-Bed Book and Big Enough for a Bed are the two books I would want to get for my son. We are still trying to get him to fall asleep in his bed.

  • My kids love Richard Scarry, we have this book and a lot of the BusyTown books as well.

  • Thanks for the titles. We’re always on the hunt for new reads.

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