Prek-2 read alouds


in alphabetical order

Ask Mr. Bear, by Marjorie Flack

A Ball for Daisy, by Chris Raschka

Benjamin and Bumper to the Rescue, by Molly Coxe

The Best Pet of All, by David LaRochelle

Big Red Barn, by Margaret Wise Brown

Blackout, by John Rocco

Boot & Shoe, by Marla Frazee

Cat up a Tree, by John and Ann Hassett

Chicken Big, by Keith Graves

Chu’s Day, by Neil Gaiman

Clever Jack Takes the Cake, by Candace Fleming

Creepy Carrots, by Aaron Reynolds

Do You Know Which Ones Will Grow?, by Susan Shea

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, by Mo Willems

The Stories of Ezra Jack Keats

Five Little Ducks, by Raffi

Ghosts in the House, by Kazuno Kohara

Ginger, by Charlotte Voake

Going Places, by Peter and Paul Reynolds

Goyangi Means Cat, by Christine McDonnell

I Want My Hat Back, by Jon Klassen

In November, by Cynthia Rylant

Joseph Had a Little Overcoat, by Simms Taback

Kitten’s First Full Moon, by Kevin Henkes

Little Blue and Little Yellow, by Leo Lionni

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything, by Linda Williams

Little White Rabbit, by Kevin Henkes

The Lost Boy and the Monster, by Craig Kee Strete

Mirette on the High Wire, by Emily Arnold McCully

The Most Magnificent Thing, by Ashley Spires

Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! by Candace Fleming

Ninja Red Riding Hood, by Corey Rosen Schwartz

Of Thee I Sing, by Barack Obama

One Fine Day, by Nonny Hogrogian

Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses, by Kimberly and James Dean

The Really, Really, Really Big Dinosaur by Richard Byrne

Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson

Rosie’s Walk, by Pat Hutchins

Secret Place, by Eve Bunting

A Sick Day for Amos McGee, by Philip C. Stead

Sing, Sophie, Sing! by Dayle Ann Dodds

“Stand Back!” said the Elephant, “I’m going to Sneeze!”, by Patricia Thomas

Stuck, by Oliver Jeffers

There was a Tree, by Rachel Isadora

Tippy-Toe Chick Go!, by George Shannon

Too Tall Houses, by Gianna Marino

Tuesday, by David Wiesner

The Voyage of Turtle Rex, by Kurt Cyrus

Wangari’s Trees of Peace, by Jeanette Winter

What! Cried Grandma: an almost bedtime story by Kate Lum

Where’s Walrus?, by Stephen A. Savage

Wild Horse Winter, by Tetsuya Honda

Wilfred, by Ryan Higgins

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