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Don’t miss out on these Sea Turtle Books for Preschoolers! They’re full of great illustrations and so many fun stories that you have to read through them all.
Every book on this list has a sea turtle as the star of the show. My kids loved flipping through the pages and literally gobbling up every word.
Some books are more suspenseful than others but all are super fun. They also all have a great message and a great lesson to be learned on the pages, too.
If you’re looking for a great book list full of great books for kids, these are some of the best out there!
Make certain to pair them up with this Sea Turtle Life Cycle Worksheet as well.
Sea Turtle Books for Preschoolers
Don’t miss out on this fun list of sea turtle books for kids! Book are a great way to help them learn new words and also work on their reading and listening skills, too.
All of these pages are geared towards early learners and are a super fun experience for them to have!
Make certain to have them read up every page that they can and take their time looking at the pictures as well. So many fun stories are waiting for them to enjoy.
A baby sea turtle promises his mom that he will find her as he begins the long and arduous journey across the sand to the welcoming waves of the ocean.
Discover the journey of a loggerhead turtle as it goes back home to where it was born herself to lay her eggs.
This sweet story is written from the perspective of Baby Honu, a Pacific green sea turtle. As Baby Honu heads to the ocean and begins to face challenges among the waves, readers will also get swept up in his story.
Recommended Sea Turtle Books
Grab any of these fun sea turtle books that will help you see how they discover the ocean.
As you can tell, we love books. We never have a shortage of book options in our house. Some of the best tips for cycling out books are that you need to change them up.
Books offer your kids a way to use their imagination and really be a part of the story. We love to use our imagination and try and do that with every book that we read.
Below are some more great turtle books that the kids are certain to love.
I’ll Follow the Moon — 10th Anniversary Collector’s EditionOne Tiny Turtle: Read and WonderPoky, the Turtle Patrol (Endangered Animals)How the Turtle Got Its ShellLittle Sea Turtle: Finger Puppet Book: (Finger Puppet Book for Toddlers and Babies, Baby Books for First Year, Animal Finger Puppets) (Little Finger Puppet Board Books)Save the Ocean
A mama sea turtle looks for the perfect spot to nest and lay her eggs. After her eggs are safe, she journeys back to the sea.
After a baby sea turtle hatches from his egg, he listens for the voice of the ocean and begins to walk down to meet the waves.
A kindly man with a caring heart for turtles patiently waits and watches for them to come ashore to build their nests. He helps them by readying the beaches and then protectively watches over the little ones as they make their way down to the waters.
Poky wakes up to find that he is late to race with the other baby turtles on their way to the ocean. As he attempts to catch up with the group, Poky faces peril and excitement.
Little turtle feels the June moon and it’s rays that let’s it know that it’s time to leave his comfy warm egg. Along with the rest of his little clutch they must navigate danger to get home to the sea. A fun book about friendship.
The perfect book to read for Earth day as a mermaid and sea turtle discover plastic pollution with charming illustrations.
Get the Little Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Sea Turtle Life Cycle for more fun and engaging sea turtle activities.
Why reading is important for kids
I’m a big believer in the power of reading. Reading is a great way to help your kids learn new words but it’s also the perfect way to introduce more learning concepts to your child as well.
Reading is literally part of everything that we do every single day. If you can start reading with your kid at a young age, they’ll be readers as they age possibly as well.
Even sitting on the computer and working all day is a form of reading in some sense. This is why I always have a pile of books for the kids literally most places that we are.
I have books in every room of the house so that they can sit and read. I also keep books in the car as well because I’d much rather them pick up a book than pick up a screen or an electronic.
All you have to do is rotate out books to keep them new and fresh as well. We also love going to the library one or two times per month and checking out a stack of great books, too.