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best preschool books for letter Qq

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Here are our favorite preschool books for the letter Qq!  We love visiting the library and finding new books each week! Reading takes a huge priority in our home — we like to read every morning, noon, and night!  Children will love to read if we give them the tools — I hope this list is helpful to you! My four year old son is incorporating beginning sounds with words all the time — and the reason is because he reads.  

We read together, and he reads on his own.  Even looking at the pictures, generating the storyline in his head, and looking at letters — this is reading.  Reading opens a world of imagination and creativity for our children. We are still floating through the alphabet, though in a more relaxed way, and one of the main reasons why we focus on one letter at a time is to find new books from our home library or city’s library.  I will usually collect a small stack of books and read them at breakfast time and try to emphasize the beginning of words. We cycle through the small stack throughout the week during meal or other quiet times in the day. This is a fun way to read new books and reinforce some beginning sound phonics work. 

Reading benefits a child’s mind, a child’s speech, a child’s life.

You can read more about why reading is one of the most important things you can do with your baby or child at 10 reasons to read to your child.  And I am making a preschool list for all of our favorite books from A to Z.  I hope you and your child enjoy our children’s books selections for letter Qq! {This post contains affiliate links, please see my disclosure policy.}

Our list for the Best Preschool Books for Letter Qq

A Quiet Night In by Jill Murphy The Large elephant family returns in a funny and warmly illustrated look at the misadventures of Mr. Large’s birthday, when the children are supposed to go to bed early so the parents can have a night alone.

The Quilt Story by Tony Johnston After a move to a new home, comfort comes from a surprising place. Long ago, a young girl named Abigail put her beloved patchwork quilt in the attic. Generations later, another young girl discovers the quilt and makes it her own, relying on its warmth to help her feel secure in a new home.

The Three Questions by Jon J. Muth What is the best time to do things? Who is the most important one? What is the right thing to do? Nikolai knows that he wants to be the best person he can be, but often he is unsure if he is doing the right thing. So he goes to ask Leo, the wise turtle. When he arrives, the turtle is struggling to dig in his garden, and Nikolai rushes to help him. As he finishes work, a violent storm rolls in. Nikolai runs for Leo’s cottage, but on his way, he hears cries for help from an injured panda. Nikolai brings her in from the cold, and then rushes back outside to rescue her baby too.

The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt Poor Duncan just wants to color. But when he opens his box of crayons, he finds only letters, all saying the same thing: His crayons have had enough! They quit! Blue crayon needs a break from coloring all those bodies of water. Black crayon wants to be used for more than just outlining.  And Orange and Yellow are no longer speaking—each believes he is the true color of the sun. What can Duncan possibly do to appease all of the crayons and get them back to doing what they do best?

Spider Queen’s Halloween by Russell Punter The Spider Queen wants a Halloween feast. So Weevil and his team set to work, but will a sneaky thief spoil the party?

Quiet Time Music Book by Sam Taplin The gentle classical tunes and charming illustrations in this book are perfect for sharing a peaceful moment with young children in the middle of a busy day. Listen to the quiet music as you follow a band of little animals going down a river on a raft playing classics like Pachelbel’s canon and other famous soothing music.

Too Many Questions! by Kathryn Dennis Do dogs dream? What do worms eat? Why don’t stars fall out of the sky? Mouse was full of questions. All day. All night. Everywhere he went. Everyone he saw. “Too many questions!” everyone said, but no one had the answers, so Mouse set off to find them (asking even more questions along the way), until finally, a wise man explained: Mouse had the power to answer his own questions and more, because there’s one place that has all the answers and all the questions – the library!

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