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Top 10 Favorite Books for Preschoolers

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There are so many great books for preschoolers but a handful rise to the top above the rest. Of course, there are plenty more amazing books but these are 10 of our favorite read aloud stories.

Top 10 best books for preschoolers

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  1. We Are in a Book!
  2. Horton Hears A Who!
  3. Blueberries for Sal
  4. Harold and the Purple Crayon
  5. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
  6. Ladybug Girl
  7. Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site
  8. Diary of a Worm
  9. Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes
  10. The Story of Ferdinand

What are your favorite read aloud books for preschoolers?

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  3. Sheryl says

    My son was obsessed with All of the Pete The Cat books. And he also loves the Pigeon books (Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus, The Pigeon Wanta A Hot Dog, etc.) These are by the same author as another great series, Knufflebunny (all by Mo Willams.)

  4. Katie Creech says

    I work at a library and I see Splat the Cat books are always being checked out. I love buying them for my son.

  5. Jane C says

    I bought the grand kids Naked! by Ian Michael Black after hearing the review by the New York Times. It is their fave. check out Mind in the Making for more suggestions.

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