Now that she is going to Kindergarten, this touching book from Emily Winfield Martin is the perfect preschool graduation gift. With dreamy illustrations, it imagines what your little girl will be when she grows up. It’s a modern take on Dr. Suess’ Oh, The Places You’ll Go!
Giraffes Can’t Dance is a best-selling children’s book and now it is a board book. Meet Gerald the giraffe. He wants nothing more than to be able to dance. But with crooked knees and thin legs, how will that ever happen? With some encouragement from an unlikely friend, Gerald finds the will to dance! This book is an inspiration for young kids.
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!
Oh, The Places You’ll Go! Is perfect for kindergarteners who are beginning their life in this world. Dr. Suess’s has an inspiring message for young kids: find the success within. He uses humorous lines and illustrations to invite kids to write their story by having fun!
Why does this fish have a pout on his face? Can anyone cheer up this gloomy fish? Kids will discover that being glum is not his destiny. This is a wonderful story that will bring a smile to readers.
Robert Munsch’s Love You Forever is a touching tale that has sold over 15 million copies worldwide. It features beautiful illustrations to move the story along. A young mother professes her unadulterated love for her newborn son. It is a story about a little boy who experiences childhood and grows to become a man. It is about the enduring love and how it has no generational boundaries. Both children and adults will love reading this book time and again.
The Day The Crayons Quit is a silly story about crayons that don’t want to color anymore. They quit and leave behind the funniest letters for their owner. Each of the little crayons has a fun personality that shines through its letter. Filled with humor and a great message, it is the perfect book for kindergarteners who love crayons.
Is her favorite word “Why?” With bright and colorful pictures, this fun book answers just about every Why question you can think of from Why the Sky is Blue to Why Donuts have holes in them. Not only does it contain fun and engaging facts about the world, it’s a great way to build her vocabulary.
There are some classic books that kids will never out grow. Where the WIld Things Are is one of those books. When the main character in the story misbehaves, he is sent to his room. When he goes to his room, readers are taken on one of the most magical illustrative journeys with monster and creatures. She won’t be able to wait to turn the page to see what magical surprises wait.
Can you write a children’s book with no pictures? Author B.J. Novak proves you can as long as you replace the pictures with silly words and phrases like BLAGGITY GLOBBITY. With silly humor, this is a book that is begging to be read out loud. Just be prepared for a whole lot of laughs and giggling.
There are ton of Bibles out there but none of them are really made for children. Written by Sally Lloyd-Jones, The Jesus Story Bible is the most popular bible for children. The Bible paints Jesus as a hero as it tells many stories from the Old and New Testament in a way that children will love. The beautiful pictures help bring the stories to life. It is a must have for Christian families.
The Monster at the End Of This book is an all time classic with a fun twist at the end. It stars Grover from Sesame Street. In the book, Grover begs the reader not to turn the page because there is a scary monster at the end. He’ll build walls, locks, and does everything he can to stop your 5 year old. Don’t turn the page on this book. It can’t be missed.
Herve Tuilet has mastered the art of an interactive book with Mix It Up! It proves that books can be just as interactive as the latest app. On each page, kids will be asked to mix and combine colors. The fun part is seeing what happens on the next page when you “mix it up.” It’s a really neat and creative way to learn about colors.
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 don’t 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.
If she loves cars and things that roll, this is the book for her. It’s got a little story that is perfect for early readers who are just learning how to pronounce. The highlight of the book is the illustrations. There is so much to see on every page. The coolest part? When she is done reading, she can spend time looking for the hidden Gold bug car on every page.
Pete the Cat’s Super Cool Reading Collection is part of the My First I Can Read! series. Five fun adventures await young readers. Kids will read about Pete the Cat’s adventures at school, the beach, and more! It’s a perfect reading set for kids on the go.
We are in this book is an installment in Mo Willems’ award winning children’s book series, An Elephant & Piggie. This book is super silly because both the main characters in the story realize that your child is reading the book. It’s a clever twist that will have your 5 year old girl and you laughing.
Learning about the human body just got a lot easier with this fun rhyming book. It gently introduces science vocabulary and the different body systems in a way that even young children will grasp. She will learn about everything from bones to muscles. The only problem? She might soon want an expensive microscope.
Harold and the Purple Crayon is a wonderful tale of a young boy who goes on an adventure and crafts a world of his own with an oversized purple crayon. Kids will enjoy the funny twists and surprises that the book has in store for readers. It’s a wonderful book that will inspire your kid’s imagination.
There is a pigeon that clearly needs to take a bath. The pigeon doesn’t think it needs one. It took a bath last month it says. Will the pigeon take his bath or not? Find out in this interesting tale.
Little Golden books are a great way to encourage your 5 year old girl to read. Find one that is about her favorite character or movie. The cute book is the perfect gift for Troll lovers. With 24 pages, this Little Golden book does a great job of capturing the movie. She will love to sing, dance, and hug just like the Trolls.
Brad Meltzer brings the courageous story of Amelia Earhart to kids with this wonderful picture book. The book tells the story of how Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. It’s a powerful lesson for all young girls to go after their dreams no matter what obstacles stand in their way. Like other books in the line, this book is beautifully illustrated with cartoony illustrations and speech bubbles to give it a unique look.
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?