Pre-k and Kindergarten Reading List

Reading is a critical skill for success in school and in life. Let’s create an easy to learn environment with high quality children’s age appropriate books, and help our children build a good reading habit!

Kindergarten children should know about letters, words, and sounds. They can apply this knowledge to read simple sentences. Kindergarten children also can identify the basic facts and ideas in what they have read, heard, or viewed by using comprehension strategies (e.g., generating and responding to questions, com­paring new information to what is already known).

Picture Books Reading List

  • Just Like Daddy
  • Big Fat Hen
  • Boats
  • Cat’s Colors
  • Have You Seen My Cat?
  • The Little School Bus
  • Fish Eyes: A Book You Can Count On
  • In the Tall, Tall Grass
  • Chick and the Duckling
  • Where’s Spot?
  • Where Is It?
  • Rosie’s Walk
  • Blue Sea
  • Whose Mouse Are You?
  • What Do You Love?
  • Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
  • What Grandpas Do Best
  • Love Me, Love You
  • Sheep in a Jeep
  • Have You Seen My Duckling?
  • Hop Jump

Story Books Reading List

  • Bears in the Night
  • Mine’s the Best
  • Cloudy Days
  • Biscuit
  • Good Night, Little Kitten
  • How Many Fish?
  • Kazam’s Magic
  • Find Nat
  • Mice Are Nice
  • Red Hat! Green Hat!
  • My Trucks
  • Jen the Hen
  • Mouse Makes Words
  • Meet Dinah Dinosaur
  • Scat Cats!
  • Bubble Trouble
  • Little Mouse Has an Adventure
  • My Pal Al
  • That Bad, Bad Cat!
  • The Big Tan Van
  • Big Pig and Little Pig
  • A New Roof
  • Say “Hi!” Up High
  • Hop on Pop
  • Jack and Jill and Big Dog Bill
  • I Lost My Tooth!

After we have done some research, we recommend the following books for pre-k and kindergarten kids by Amazon’s review rankings.

Picture Books

Story Books

Help your child to become a good reader!

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