Books 5 Year Olds Really Enjoy!

by Laura Wallis | Follow Her on Twitter Here

best books for 5 year oldsReading with your 5 year old is a great way to reconnect after a busy day at school. Even though kids this age are starting to read, I advocate reading to them every night. They love a fun book and it helps teach them vocabulary and phonics. Kids this age love to find words they know on the page, so be sure to let them find them. It’s also fun to have them predict what might come next in the story.

Here are some of my picks for the best books 5 year olds enjoy!

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[easyazon-link asin=”1933718005″ locale=”us”]The Kissing Hand[/easyazon-link], by Audrey Penn: Is your baby going to school for the first time? He — or you — may be apprehensive. The sweet routine between Chester Raccoon and his mama is a perfect one to emulate!

[easyazon-link asin=”0375844422″ locale=”us”]Tillie the Terrible Swede: How One Woman, a Sewing Needle, and a Bicycle Changed History[/easyazon-link], by Sue Stauffacher: Are people always telling your little girl to be more ladylike? She’ll love this true story of Tillie who became a bike racing phenom before that was acceptable for women!

[easyazon-link asin=”0152019669″ locale=”us”]I Want to Be an Astronaut[/easyazon-link], by Stephanie Maze: There are all kinds of professions featured in this series of books. It’s a great way to show girls and boys how many exciting options there are!

[easyazon-link asin=”0761457275″ locale=”us”]Don’t Be Silly, Mrs. Millie![/easyazon-link]¬†by Judy Cox: Kids put on your goats because it’s raining cats and dogs. Kids will love how silly their teacher is and the word play will have them guessing and laughing.

[easyazon-link asin=”067122350X” locale=”us”]Eloise[/easyazon-link], by Kay Thompson: What little girl wouldn’t want to live at the Plaza Hotel? This classic is just as much fun for your little girl as when you were one!

[easyazon-link asin=”067985438X” locale=”us”]Big Frank’s Fire Truck[/easyazon-link], by Leslie McGuire: A fictional, but realistic, account of a day in the life of a firefighter. Other books in this series feature Mike the Policeman and Cindy the Bus Driver.

[easyazon-link asin=”0307155102″ locale=”us”]Richard Scarry’s Best Word Book Ever[/easyazon-link], by Richard Scarry; This is, quite literally, the best word book ever! You might have been reading it to your child for years, but I recommend bringing it back out at age 5, when your child will recognize so many of the items on the pages and see how to connect the spelling with the words.

[easyazon-link asin=”0689835248″ locale=”us”]Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin[/easyazon-link], by Lloyd Moss: This Caldecott winner introduces¬† your child to all the pieces of an orchestra. Fantastic drawings in this book.

[easyazon-link asin=”0375856870″ locale=”us”]Dark Night[/easyazon-link], by Dorothee De Monfreid: Felix is wandering through the forest in this spooky picture book. A wonderful book to give your child confidence that he can solve problems. Great for kids who like to be scared….just a little!

[easyazon-link asin=”1602190216″ locale=”us”]Good Night California[/easyazon-link], by Adam Gamble: Even though this is a board book, it’s great for this age group as they see multi cultural families visiting popular spots in a number of regions. A good night book is always a good one to end on!

How about you? What are some books 5 year old love to have you read — over and over? Leave us a comment, and if you like my suggestions, please order through my links, as I am an Amazon affiliate!

And check out my picks for best books for 2 year olds ; and best books for 3 year olds!

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