Book Suggestions For Preschool Boys

I find that picking out books for girls is way easier than for boys. Sure there are books on trucks and fire engines, but my son’s kind of over that. Here’s a list of some of his favorites that we have discovered if you’re searching out some new reads for three to five-year-old boys (or girls, too!).

Peteriffic by Victoria Kann

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The Pinkalicous series has been popular in our household and my son thinks Peter, Pinkalicious’ snarky, little brother is entertaining. We were so happy to see that author Victoria Kann created a spin-off based on the adventurous little boy.

Pete the Cat and the Bedtime Blues by James and Kimberley Dean

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This groovy cat is a fan favorite among kids, but the bedtime blues is my son’s go to nightly bedtime story. He calls it the Rat-a-Tat-Tat book. You’ll see why when you pick up this rad read.

Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri

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Squeals and woots from the kid’s book aisle were heard when we spotted this sequel to the original hilarious Dragons Love Tacos. We still have a soft spot for the first one, but this sequel won’t disappoint! Especially the silly diaper part. Why do kids think that word is so funny anyway? It’s like the key word to endless giggles. Just throw “diaper” into any sentence and kids lose it. “Dragons love diapers?” Yep, quoted by our three-year-old morning, noon and night, especially at the dinner table. It’s a must read.

Piggie and Elephant books by Mo Willems

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If you like the Pigeon books by Mo Willems, you’re going to love the Piggie and Elephant series. I have yet to meet a kid, any age, that doesn’t love Mo Willems. As an extra bonus, from a primary teacher’s perspective, this a fabulous series for kindergarteners learning to read. It’s loaded with sight words and it’s great fluency practice!

Night Animals by Gianna Marino

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This is a silly book about nocturnal animals, not knowing they’re nocturnal, and being afraid of what comes out at night. It’s a simple read, but it won’t disappoint! My kids love it so much that they have memorized it and read it to me now.

Explorers of the Wild by Cale Atkinson

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For the little explorer at heart. We love the illustrations and bright colors. Boy and bear are busy on their own adventure when they run into each other in the forest. Scared at first, but they soon realize it’s better to have a buddy exploring with you. It’s a wild read!

What’s your little guy’s favorite book?

 

 

 

 

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