Tuesday

A List of Stories for Young Children

I'm collecting a list of stories to read to young children. Most of these books have repeated language and usually some rhyming words.

Please add a comment and include some of your favorites. I can edit this blog and add your favorites.

I've linked each book to Amazon where you can find reviews and information about each book.

A Beautiful Feast for a Big King Cat
Just Like Daddy
THUMP, THUMP, Rat-a-Tat-Tat
Goodnight Moon
A Dark, Dark Tale
Dear Zoo
Have You Seen My Cat?
Today is Monday
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
The Very Busy Spider
Rooster's Off to See the World
How to Lose All Your Friends
Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
Who's Making That Mess?
Miss Rumphius
Ten in the Bed
Are You My Mother?
Hattie and the Fox
The Teeny-Tiny Woman
The Chick and the Duckling
Where's Spot?
Rosie's Walk
Titch
Come Out and Play
Whose Mouse Are You?
Where Are You Going, Little Mouse?
The Carrot Seed
Leo the Late Bloomer
Oh, A-Hunting We Will Go
The Day the Goose Got Loose
Brown Bear, Brown Bear
Just For You
Love You Forever
Mud Puddle
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
The True Story of the Three Little Pigs!
The Three Little Pigs
Chicken Soup With Rice
My Many Colored Days
Dance Away
It Looked Like Spilt Milk
The Cat in the Hat
Have You Seen My Duckling?
Possum Come A-Knockin
Over in the Meadow
Have You Seen the Crocodile?
The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything
The Napping House
Silly Sally
Moo, Moo, Brown Cow
Sweet Dreams
A Frog in the Bog
Rumble in the Jungle
Commotion in the Ocean
Little Cloud
Hop on Pop
Duck in the Truck
Dazzling Diggers
One Hungry Monster
The Runaway Bunny
It's Raining, It's Pouring
Put Me in the Zoo
Bears on Wheels
The Mixed-Up Chameleon
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
There's A Mouse About the House
A Squirrel's Tale



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2 comments:

S Lee said...

Those are great, but I tend to prefer things that are unique and unusual that appeal to their visual, tactile, develop hand and eye co-ordination and creativity. Have you seen "A Squirrel's Tale" or "There's a Mouse in the House", to name a few.

Michelle said...

Yes. I used to own a copy of A Squirel's Tale. We lost the squirrel, so I got rid of the book. Some of the reviewers at Amazon traced the squirrel on the back of the book and made a new one. I can't remember if A squirrel's Tale has rhyming or repeated language. Books with interactive options are great. I added the ones you suggested. These type of books increase child interest in books through play. Three books from the list are interactive and have lift flaps: Dear Zoo, Who's Making That Mess, and Where's Spot. Thanks for sharing!