Fun Books for Young Children

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Summer is a great way to relax and enjoy a few or a lot of new books. We homeschool year round but go to a lighter schedule in the summer. This gives us the opportunity to spend an hour or two on school and then spend the rest of our day outside. Something that we love to do considering the hard winter we just had. For your younger children, these are my boys’ favorite books. The same books that I read with oldest, I’m now reading with my younger son who is heading into grade one. Not so much reading but still fun, the first three on the list are a great way to get your children into books. I’ve spent hours following the clues, trying to find and being beaten by my son as we hunt for objects. Nurture your child's love of learning with these fun books for young children, make reading a priority in your day so your child will reap the benefits.

 I Spy Treasure Hunt: A Book of Picture Riddles Can You See What I See?: Once Upon a Time: Picture Puzzles to Search and Solve The Pigeon Needs a Bath!

Since this list is geared towards the younger crowd, you should check out my reading list for the older elementary kids here: Great summer books for children. A lot of the books would make awesome read alouds for your younger children.

 Make Way for Ducklings (Viking Kestrel picture books) Paddle-to-the-Sea (Sandpiper Books) Frog and Toad Storybook Treasury (I Can Read Level 2)


  1. Some of my favorites are on here (like Frog and Toad!) but some new ones too that I will most definitely check out! We can never have enough books!

    1. That’s true, we love books!

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