Preschool Reads

    • Are You Scared, Darth Vader?
      Adam Rex

      It's midnight and the moon is full, but Darth Vader isn't scared. Of course he's not scared. Nothing can scare lord Vader! Or can it?

    • I Can Only Draw Worms
      Will Mabbitt

      This is part counting book, part introduction to worms, but all superbly silly. The fact that the author/illustrator can only draw worms will not take anything away from the laugh-out-loud adventure readers will have as they turn the pages of this slightly subversive picture book.

    • Crunch, the shy dinosaur
      Cirocco Dunlap

      Crunch is a charming, giggly read-aloud that illustrates the particular art of making a friend through interactive text!

    • Do You Believe in Unicorns
      Bethanie Deeney Murguia

      Is believing in magic the key to seeing a unicorn? If you keep your eyes open to wonder, the possibilities are endless.

    • Fear the Bunny
      Richard T. Morris

      Bunnies--not tigers--rule the forest in this adorable take on William Blake's classic poem.

    • This Little Piggy
      James Serafino

      Once there was a girl who only ate cereal. This kid loved cereal. But lots of cereal can make a big mess and get a girl in trouble. So she asks the dog for help cleaning up her crumbs. One after another, animals try to help...but the mess is too large!

    • More Bears
      Ken Nesbitt

      Once upon a time there was a story. It was a lovely story with absolutely NO BEARS in it. Not a single bear anywhere. Then one day...MORE BEARS!

    • The Neighbors
      Einat Tsarfati

      As a young girl climbs the seven stories to her own (very boring!) apartment, she imagines what's behind each of the doors she passes. When the girl finally reaches her own apartment, she is greeted by her parents, who might have a secret even wilder than anything she could have imagined!

    • Not Your Nest
      Gideon Sterer

      Bird is just about to put the finishing touches on her new home when she suddenly finds that her nest is already full--of someone else! She reluctantly builds another nest, which all end up with an outrageous animal in them.

    • Sealed with a Kiss
      Beth Ferry

      Making friends can be difficult when you're new to a zoo and have very fishy breath. This kissy seal loves to great new friends with a kiss, but due to her diet they run away in terror!

    • Snakes on a Train
      Kathryn Dennis

      An adorable picture book full of sibilant sounds and other word play, Snakes on a Train is as fun for parents as it is for kids, and sure to be a read-aloud hit.

    • Stegothesauarus
      Bridget Heos

      Stegothesaurus has always been a little different from his brothers--he just loves words too much! But it gets a little lonely being so smart. What's a word-loving dinosaur to do?

    • The Wall in the Middle of the Book
      Jon Agee

      A foolish knight is certain that his side of the wall is the safe side in this clever, amusingly meta picture book by the acclaimed creator of It's Only Stanley

    • Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug
      Jonathan Stutzman

      Tiny T. Rex has a HUGE problem. His friend Pointy needs cheering up, and only a hug will do. But with his short stature and teeny T. Rex arms, is a hug impossible?

    • The Very Impatient Caterpillar
      Ross Burach

      It's not easy to turn into a butterfly, especially when you are very impatient. Fans of interactive picturebooks will love this STEM-friendly story.