Looking for Books? A few suggestions for the preschooler in your life

I spent all of this summer either being (super) pregnant and running after a 3 year old, or trying to take care of a newborn and running after a 3 year old. Neither situation left me with a lot of mobility and I was so grateful when my son wanted to sit and read books. We went through a lot of books and raided the library for new and different titles. I know my friends-with-preschoolers are always looking for new things to read and I wanted to share some of our favorites.

These are in no particular order, I’m not a paid spokesperson for anyone (although if you’re offering….) and they aren’t specifically “new releases”, it is just things we liked! I’m adding to this list as I clean-up the book area and will try to get authors on there as well. Sorry it is mostly titles at the moment!

If you are on Twitter I highly recommend you follow @MrSchuReads and @colbysharp. They have a LOT of great book suggestions and insights from authors. I wish I could give them proper credit for how many of these books they introduced us to, but I’ve lost track!

Salina Yoons

  • We have read ALL of her books about Penguin and also love “Lost and Found.”

Oliver Jeffers

  • The Great Paper Chase, Up and Down, The Way Back Home

Drew Daywalt

  • The Day the Crayons Quit..need I say more? Still waiting on our turn at the library for The Day the Crayons Came Home

Kate DiCamillo

  • The Mercy Watson series

Mo Willems

  • Elephant and Piggie (any of them!), Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed, Pigeon books (any of them!)

Herve Tullet

  • Mix it Up and Press here

David Weisner

  • Tuesday, Sector 7, Art and Max

Dragons Love Tacos

Louise Loves Art

Not a Box (also Not a Stick)

Rude Cakes

What Do You Do With an Idea?

Float

Nana in the City

The Dot

Pete the Cat Series (we like “I Love My White Shoes” “Four Groovy Buttons” and “Wheels on the Bus”)

Perfect Square

Beautiful Oops

One Fine Day (this is a very sweet book about becoming a big brother)

 

 

 

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