Preschool Storytime Books

Preschool storytime books read during the closure.


A song for little toad by Vivian French from Candlewick Press

Let’s make rabbits by Leo Lionni from Dragonfly Books

Piggy in the puddle by Charlotte Pomerantz from Reading Rainbow Books


Minerva Louise and the colorful eggs Janet Morgan from Stoeke Dutton

The magic rabbit by Richard Jesse Watson from Scholastic

Max’s chocolate chicken by Rosemary Wells from Puffin


Mud by Mary Lyn Ray Harcourt Brace

It looked like spilt milk by Charles G. Shaw from Harper Collins 

Old MacDonald had a woodshop by Lisa Schulman from G.P. Putnam’s Sons


Good morning, garden by Barbara Brenner from Northwood Press

Waiting for wings by Lois Ehlert from Harcourt

Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! by Candace Fleming from Atheneum Books

The nest Constantine by Georgiou Harvey from House


The very busy spider by Eric Carle (Philomel Books)

Rain brings frogs by MaryAnn Cocca-Leffler (Harper)

Too many Hopkins by Tomie dePaola (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)

I will kiss you (Lots! & Lots & Lots!) by Stoo Hample (Candlewick Press)


Peck, Peck, Peck by Lucy Cousins (Candlewick Press)

The best nest by P.D. Eastman (Random House) 


Let’s go for a drive, by Mo Willems; published by Hyperion

Don’t let the pigeon drive the bus, by Mo Willems; published by Hyperion

The duckling gets a cookie!?, by Mo Willems; published by Hyperion

The pigeon finds a hot dog!, by Mo Willems; published by Hyperion


Chicka chicka boom boom, by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault; published by Simon and Schuster

More more more said the baby, by Vera B. Williams; published by Greenwillow Books

Piggies, by Audrey and Don Wood; published by Harcourt Brace & Company

Who says moo?, by Ruth Young; published by Viking


Is your mama a llama?, by Deborah Guarino; published by Scholastic Inc.

I love my mommy, by Sebastien Braun; published by HarperCollins

Are you my mother?, by P.D. Eastman; published by Random House

Momma’s magical purse, by Paulette Bogan; published by Bloomsbury Children’s Books


The perfect nest, by Catherine Friend; published by Candlewick Press

Me and my mom, by Alison Ritchie; published by Good Books

I love you with all my heart, by Noris Kern; published by Chronicle Books

Bedtime at the swamp, by Kristyn Crow; published by HarperCollins


Follow me Mordicai Gerstein William Morrow & Co.

The secret birthday message Eric Carle Harper Collins

I don’t want to be big by Dev Petty Doubleday Books

I love you! A bushel and a peck Frank Loesser HarperCollins


Possum and the peeper, by Anne Hunter; published by Houghton Mifflin Company

Come to the meadow, by Anna Grossnickle Hines; published by Clarion Books

A mother for Choco, by Keiko Kasza; published by G. P. Putnam’s Sons


Felix eats up, by Rosemary Wells; published by Candlewick Press

Gregory the terrible eater, by Mitchell Sharmat; published by Scholastic

Wednesday is spaghetti day, by Maryann Cocca-Leffler; published by Scholastic


Green eggs and ham, by Dr. Seuss; published by Random House

Little pea, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal; published by Chronicle Books

The doorbell rang, by Pat Hutchins; published by Greenwillow Books


Mouse paint, by Ellen Stoll Walsh; published by Harcourt Brace & Company

Caps for sale, by Esphyr Slobodkina; published by HarperCollins

Growing colors, by Bruce McMillan; published by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard


The seals on the bus, by Lenny Hort; published by Henry Holt & Company

Click, clack, moo: cows that type, by Doreen Cronin; published by Simon & Schuster

Barnyard song, by Rhonda Gowler Greene; published by Atheneum Books


Madeline, by Ludwig Bemelmans; published by Viking Press

The carrot seed, by Ruth Krauss; published by HarperCollins

Freight train, by Donald Crews; published by Greenwillow Books

Goodnight moon, by Margaret Wise Brown; published by HarperCollins


Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?, by Bill Martin, Jr. and Eric Carle; published by Henry Holt & Company

Where the wild things are, by Maurice Sendak; published by Harper & Row

Over in the meadow, by John Langstaff; published by Harcourt Brace * Company

Mary wore her red dress and Henry wore his green sneakers, by Merle Peek; published by Clarion Books


Hello, my name is Octicorn, by Kevin Diller; published by HarperCollins

If you give a cat a cupcake, by Laura Numeroff; published by HarperCollins

May I bring a friend? By Beatrice Schenk deRegniers; published by Atheneum


Old Mother Hubbard, by Jane Cabrera; published by Holiday House

King Bidgood’s in the bathtub, by Audrey Wood; published by Harcourt

I broke my trunk, by Mo Willems; published by Hyperion


Mitchell’s license, by Hallie Durand; published by Candlewick Press

My father’s hands, by Joanne Ryder; published by Morrow Junior Books

Mister Seahorse, by Eric Carle; published by Philomel Books


Daddy makes the best spaghetti, by Anna Grossnickle Hines; published by Clarion Books

Froggy’s day with Dad, by Jonathan London; published by Viking Press

A Father’s Day thank you, by Janet Nolan; published by Albert Whitman & Company


Spot the plot, by J. Patrick Lewis; published by Chronicle Books

Two eyes, a nose, and a mouth, by Roberta Grobel Intrater; published by Scholastic

I want to be a truck driver, by Dan Liebman; published by Firefly Books

Walk on: a guide for babies of all ages, by Marla Frazee; published by Harcourt, Inc.


We planted a tree, by Diane Muldrow; published by Golden Books

The best place to read, by Debbie Bertram; published by Random House

What! Cried Granny: an almost bedtime story, by Kate Lum; published by Dial Books

Froggy learns to swim, by Jonathan London; published by Viking


On Monday when it rained, by Cherryl Kachenmeister; published by Houghton Mifflin

Summer stinks, by Marty Kelley; published by Zino Press

We’re going on a bear hunt, by Michael Rosen; published by Margaret K. McElderry Books


McDuff saves the day, by Rosemarie Wells; published by Hyperion

And then comes summer, by Tom Brenner; published by Candlewick Press

Bear’s new friend, by Karma Wilson; published by Margaret K. McElderry Books


The ugly vegetables, by Grace Lin; published by Talewinds

We share everything, by Robert Munsch; published by Scholastic, Inc.

Should I share my ice cream, by Mo Willems; published by Hyperion


Open very carefully, by Nick Bromley; published by Nosy Crow

Chicken story time, by Sandy Asher; published by Dial

There might be lobsters, by Carolyn Crimi; published by Candlewick


One hole in the road by W. Nikola-Lisa  Henry Holt and Company

I stink! By Kate & Jim McMullan  Harper Collins

Red-eyed tree frog by Joy Cowley  Scholastic Press


Prince Cinders, by Babette Cole; published by Putnam & Grosset

A castle full of cats, by Ruth Sanderson; published by Random House

King Baby, by Kate Beaton; published by Arthur A. Levine


What do you do if you work at the zoo?, by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page; published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Where the wild things are, by Maurice Sendak; published by Harper Collins