Oldies but Goodies: Great Books for Pre-Schoolers

Here’s an Oldies but Goodies for early readers and pre-readers who love to be read to. Click on the titles (and/or cover photos) to be whisked away to various descriptions and reviews, but also try your local library, poke through used book stores and check out the Reader Resources column (to the right). Some of the really old titles can also be found on the Kindle and at Gutenberg.org.

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Many Moons
by James Thurber

Make Way For Ducklings
Make Way for Ducklings
by  Robert McCloskey

The Monkey in the Rocket: A Wonder Books Easy Reader

The Monkey in the Rocket
by: Jean Bethell

The Story of Babar (Babar Books (Random House))
The Story of Babar: The Little Elephant
by Jean De Brunhoff

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Picco the Sad Italian Pony
by Louis Slobodkin

What's He Been Up to Now?

What’s He Been Up to Now?
by Eugene A. Fern

 

Petunia
Petunia
by Roger Duvoisin

by Elizabeth Upham

 

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Children of Many Lands: 8 Lands in all, their traditions, customs, and way of life.
by Dana Bruce and Elizabeth F. McCrady

Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? (Bright and Early Books for Beginning Beginners)

Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?
By: Dr. Seuss

 

A Good Place to Hide

A Good Place to Hide
by Louis Slobodkin
 


Fierce John (Image1)
Fierce John
by Edward Fenton

THE REAL MOTHER GOOSE (CARTWHEEL BOOKS)
The Real Mother Goose
by Blanche Fisher Wright 

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault


 

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One response to “Oldies but Goodies: Great Books for Pre-Schoolers

  1. Thanks – i will take a closer look at these!

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