Dr. Suess teaches kids through his wonderful book that although life is full of ups and downs, you have to look within to discover success. It’s a great book for young kids just beginning their life. The book is full of fantastic illustrations and honor to make reading a pleasure for readers.
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!
The Day the Crayons Quit is an original story that every kid will want to read. Duncan one day opens his box of crayons to find out that they quit! The crayons don’t get along with each other. Can Duncan get them to work together when they are at their best? It’s a story that will bring laughs and a whole lot of creativity!
B.J. Novak tries to do the impossible with The Book With No Pictures. He tries to write a children’s book with absolutely no pictures and succeeds. Instead of pictures, the book is filled with silly sayings that are sure to get a lot of laughs, giggles, and smiles.
Written for kids, this book brings the stories and messages in the Bible to life in a very understandable way. Through about 50 stories, it helps brings the heroic story of Jesus to life. The beautiful illustrations help capture the imaginations of little ones. This book is a must have for Christian families
Happy Birthday to You! celebrates your birthday and your individuality in this wonderful book for early readers. Experience the thrill of celebrating a birthday in Katroo. You are swept on a Smorgasbord’s back and will be treated to a night of feasting with a festival. Now the cleanup after the festivities will take about twenty days! Now that’s how you celebrate a birthday!
Does she think there are monsters under her bed? This silly book forces her to confront her fears in a very humorous and lighthearted way. It stars Grover who begs the reader not to turn the page because at the end of the book there is a very scary monster. It turns out the monster at the end of the book is not really scary. It’s Grover!
Can you imagine a world where your 6 year old girl had to babysit her grandma? This is an adorably cute book the flips the roles of grandchild and grandma. It goes great with the companion book “How To Babysit A Grandpa.” Both books are a silly tribute to her wonderful grandparents.
Written by Mo Willems, the Elephant and Piggie line of books are wonderful for 6 year olds. Our favorite book? We Are In A Book because it has a fun and silly twist. When the main characters in the book learn that somebody is reading their book, it leads to a lot of silly fun and laughs.
With easy to follow step by step directions, this drawing book by Barbara Soloff Levy will take your little one’s art to the next level. Using simple shapes, it teaches her how to draw all sorts of cartoon people from a firefighter to a chef. Soon she might teach you how to draw.
Get ready for a fantastical journey unlike no other. Harold and the Purple Crayon is a classic children’s book. Kids will learn about Harold’s amazing adventure with his imagination. It really shows you how powerful the imagination is!
At 6 years old, she might be ready for her first chapter book. While a lot of the gendered roles are outdated, if you are looking for a chapter book with good clean fun, we love the Amelia Bedelia series. The series is about a maid that misunderstands just about everything, which leads to a lot of laughs. This set contains 4 chapter books.
Meet the coolest superhero- Captain Underpants. Filled with toilet humor, this bestselling book is the perfect way to get her reading chapter books if she is not yet ready to do so. Parents should know that the book features over the top gross toilet humor and the main characters aren’t exactly good role models. It’s gross, rude, and disgusting, but for some reason kids love it.
Transport your Pokemon lover straight into the world of Pokemon with this entertaining and informing book. Inside it reveals facts about all of the most popular Pokemon characters from Pikachu to Snorlax. There are over 700 characters inside! She will love learning all about her favorite Pokemon and their evolution.
Is her favorite question “How?” Finally there is a book from Nation Geographic with all the answers. Inside it contains nice big pictures and easy to understand answers to how things work. It answers questions from “How is Ice Cream made?” to “How does a vacuum cleaner swallows up dirt?”
Too many of a children’s heroes today are fictional characters. Brad Meltzer set out to change that with his line of books “The Ordinary People Change The World.” These books introduce kids to real life heroes that actually made a big difference in the world from Martin Luther King to Amelia Earhart. Each story is illustrated with gorgeous cartoon artwork that will relate to kids.
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?