Top 10 Best Classic Books for 3-year-olds | Book PeopleYou can trust our independent reviews. We may earn commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing and expert advice. This revenue helps us to fund journalism across The Independent. Out in June but available to pre-order now, this is sure to be a smash hit with the older end of the preschool market. Buy now. Ada Twist is my hero. I cannot stress strongly enough that this is not a book only for girls.
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Books for three-year-old children
No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Kwame Alexander. Danielle Jawando. Julian is out with Nana when he notices three women dressed as mermaids. In his heart of hearts — we see it described over three fabulous wordless spreads — Julian knows he is a mermaid too and while Nana takes a bath he sets out to transform himself into one. Expect this whimsical and gorgeously illustrated picture book to infect children with an urge to go exploring, if not bird-spotting. A funny, original story with satisfying underlying themes of adventure, friendship and family.
Now I look forward to the days when I can trot out the same reads for my toddler, who will be three before I know it! Every family needs a copy of Eric Carle's classic , and three is the perfect age to start fully appreciating the voracious caterpillar who snacks his way through every day of the week including one epic picnic that will have you itching to plan a picnic yourself! Even better, this 50th anniversary edition is stuffed with special bonus content, including a letter from Eric Carle, rare peeks of his original sketches, and more. A delightful and prolific series, Anna Dewdney's Llama Llama is a reader favorite. The magic began back in with Llama Llama Red Pajama , a rhyming read-aloud that finds young Llama Llama feeling nervous about falling asleep by himself - and Mama Llama coming to the rescue. This extra-special edition includes a CD audio recording of Dewdney reading the story, bonus Llama Llama tales, and even a keepsake print.
Books for 3-year-olds are incredibly imaginative and visually exciting. Here are 10 of the most special
It should be no surprise that your child will need to know how to read in order to succeed in life. Almost everything we do involves some form of reading. If your little one is too young to read, you can foster a love of books in them by reading to them. Their imaginations will soar with every page turned. Reading will allow your child to visit mystical lands and enjoy wild adventures from the comfort of their bedroom.