Teaching kids about numbers, colors, and days, The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been around for ages and continues to entertain small children. With a lot of repetition, it’s the story of caterpillar that becomes a butterfly. The coolest part? Each page has fun holes in it that the caterpillar left behind.
Love the Baby Shark song? Now toddlers and preschoolers can enjoy this officially licensed interactive Sound Book. Explore the world of Baby Shark with vibrant illustrations and 10 interactive songs. Get ready to do the Baby Shark!
This a classic book that has been around for years. Every of parent of a 3 year old must own this book. It’s the perfect bedtime story to fall asleep to.
This is a must have book for 3 year old boys. The book introduces children to animals, letter, and colors. It contains a lot of repetition that makes it easy for kids to memorize.
Written and illustrated by Rod Campbell, this cute flip the flap book is perfect for the 3 year old animal lover in your life. When a kid writes to a zoo that he wants a pet, hilarity ensues. The zoo sends the child all sorts of animals like a giraffe, lion, snake, and more. Each animal is revealed by pulling back the flap and peeking inside. If you have little animal puppets, this is the perfect book to act out.
The Giving Tree is a story about caring, giving, and love. It’s about a tree that gives itself to make a child happy. While your child might not be able to see the symbolism yet, parents know that the “giving tree” represents them. It’s a book with such an emotional message.
This charming rhyming book is a fun way to introduce the alphabets to your 3 year old. The story revolves all of the alphabets, A through Z, climbing up a coconut tree. When all of the letters make their way up the tree, the tree goes “Chika Chicka Boom Boom”. With fun sound effects and rhymes, it’s an entertaining story that young children will love.
With funny illustrations and rhyming words, this silly story is the perfect bedtime story for 3 year old boys. In the book, the animals are getting ready for bed. They brush their teeth and go through their nighttime routine. There are few unexpected twists and turns that are sure to get a couple of laughs. He will want to read it every night after he finishes his bedtime routine.
Here’s a book that celebrates the day your 3 year old came into this world. On that miraculous day, a beautiful baby boy was born. “The moon smiled … Polar Bears danced … and life will never be the same.” With breathtaking illustrations and an almost musical tone, this is one book that will make you teary eyed as you read it to your child.
Here is another cute interactive lift the flap book from Karen Katz. Your little one is on a mission to find “Where’s Baby’s Belly Button.” With plenty of suspense, young readers will flip the flap only to reveal one of baby’s body parts. Where are baby’s eyes? Under her hat! It’s a fun way for your 3 year old to learn the parts of the body.
Paw Patrol is the hottest thing right now for 3 year olds. If it is his birthday, he will love seeing all of his favorite characters from the show in a book. The pups are trying to throw a surprise birthday party for Chase, but the power suddenly goes out. It’s up to the pups to come to the rescue. With a cute birthday storyline, it’s the perfect gift for his birthday.
Is she going to be a big sister? With beautiful illustrations, this is such an adorable book on how to take care of a new baby. She will love repeating the words to her baby brother or sister.
Potty training just got a little easier with this fun book. The story is told from a young child’s point of view with fun colors, a loveable character, and a great deal of humor. Before you know it, 3 year boys will be saying “Tinkle, Tinkle, Toot. I did it.”
Press Here is one of the most unique books you will ever read with children. With technology so infused in our lives, it amazing that Herve Tullet managed to create a book that is just as interactive as an app. Each of the pages instructs the reader to press, shake, and tilt the book. On the following page, something magical will happen.
Does your little boy love trucks? Here is a fun twist on the classic goodnight story where the main characters are not animals but construction trucks. One by one all the trucks get tucked into bed. The charming illustrations and rhyming text makes this a great gift for truck lovers.
Love Toy Story? The latest installment in the Toy Story franchise is here! Toy Story 4 features old friends and new friends who go on an all-new adventure. Woody, Buzz, and Jessie are back along with new friends Forky, Bunny, and Ducky. Full of twists and turns, this is a story you dont want to miss, as it’s truly entertaining for early readers. We love that it gets straight to the point covering the main parts of the storyline without unecessary dialog and the artwork is adorable.
Who wouldn’t want to pet the animals? Children will love learning about animals with these sensory flash cards. The coolest part? On each card, there is a textured area where kids can feel each animal.
Written by the same author as The Hungry Caterpillar, this fun animal book encourages your little one to move. All the different animals in the book move their bodies and ask children to do the same. Children will love stretching and bending their bodies with the animals, using their whole body from head to toe.
Pete the Cat makes learning fun for early readers. This on the go reading set features five cool stories about everyone’s favorite cat in one nifty box set. The set includes Play Ball!, Pete’s Big Lunch, Pete at the Beach, A Pet for Pete, and Too Cool for School.
Big Girl Panties is a adorably illustrated book that encourage girls to switch from wearing diapers to panties. It’s really the next step after potty training. The fun part is the memorable rhymes and cute drawings with a girl in underpants doing all sorts of fun things. After reading it, your 2 year old will want to say goodbye to diapers and hello to being a “Big Girl.”
Is your 2 year old obsessed with Disney’s Moana? This beautifully illustrated book brings back all of excitement of the film. With big words, she will love reading through the book and acting out all of her favorite scenes.
Everyone agrees that this pigeon needs a bath with the excpetion of him. What will it take to convince this bird that he really needs a bath? Eventually this bird takes the plunge in this great read for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
Harold and the Purple Crayon is a classic children’s book, celebrating its 60 anniversary. Equipped with a purple crayon, Harold draws a world of wonder of excitement. This book is full of fun surprises and shows how powerful the imagination can be.
Danica McKellar puts her own twist on the classic bedtime story. In this book, children will enjoy counting as they say goodnight to everything. Each page in the book centers on a number all the way up to 10. It’s the perfect introduction to early math skills.
Fans have been waiting 14 years for the sequel to the Incredibles. Now it’s finally here! If you loved the movie, you’ll love reading the book. And if you haven’t watched the movie, you’ll definitely want to read the book. The illustrations have a retro art style that will appeal to younger readers and the story will captivate readers from start to finish. It’s a wonderful addition to your child’s Golden Book collection.
Elf on the Shelf Elf Pets: A St. Bernard Tradition is an excellent holiday gift idea for younger kids who believe in Santa. The set includes a book and a companion St. Bernard figurine. Kids are encouraged to engage in acts of kindness to bring more Christmas cheer. This Christmas Spirit is then captured in your puppy’s barrel and released on Christmas Eve. Will your child help Santa and save the North Pole?