I mentioned on Kids Book Café’s facebook group that me and my 6 year old daughter love to read together and every day we read two to three books in the evening. When it’s a holiday, we read one or two in the morning as well.
This is part one of my recommended book list and what I have shared. The books listed are my daughter’s most favourite books from age 4.5 till now (6 years). I have also added some books which we started earlier, but still have!
We have re-read most of these books more than twice at least.
Will share part two soon.
Children’s books every child from 3-6 years should read!
Where are you Blue Kangaroo
Can I tell you a Secret?
Sam and Jump
Alfie – The big Alfie out of doors storybook
Robin’s Winter Song
Magic School Bus Books
Harold and the Purple Crayon
Princess Milly’s Mixed Up Magic
Pinkalicious and the Pink Parakeet(the entire series is awesome)
The Detective Dog
Leave Me Alone
The tiger who came to tea
Katie and British Artists
I want my hat back
The tiny seed
The secret garden
The Giant of Jum
Can’t you sleep little bear
The little house
My lucky day
We are going on a bear hunt
Lost and found (read review here)
Peter Rabbit series
Monkey and me
Usborne series for early readers (level 1)
Books you can introduce to toddlers (recommended for 2-5 years)
We have some books I introduced earlier on that my daughter still reads and loves dearly!
The very hungry caterpillar (read review here)
Giraffes can’t dance
Once upon an alphabet
The mixed up chameleon
Guess how much I love you
Brown bear brown bear, what do you see?
Chicka chikka boom boom
Which books have you read? Pls tell me in the comments…
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