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best preschool books for the letter Ww

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Here are our favorite preschool books for the letter Ww!  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 Ww!

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Our list for the Best Preschool Books for Letter Ww

Better Not Get Wet Jesse Bear by Nancy White Carlstrom Jesse Bear is admonished not to get wet under a variety of tantalizing circumstances, until finally he receives permission in his own wading pool.

Walter the Baker by Eric Carle Walter the Baker is famous for his breads, rolls, cookies, tarts, and pies. The Duke and Duchess especially love his warm sweet rolls, delivered fresh to their castle every morning. But one day the cat spills the milk, and Walter is forced to serve the Duke and Duchess rolls made with water. After one bite the Duke throws down his roll in disgust and summons Walter to the castle. He threatens to banish the baker unless he can take the same dough and make a good-tasting roll that the rising sun can shine through three times. Will Walter succeed in his task, or will he have to leave his town forever?

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak This iconic story has inspired a movie, an opera, and the imagination of generations. When Max dresses in his wolf suit and causes havoc in the house, his mother sends him to bed. From there, Max sets sail to an island inhabited by the Wild Things, who name him king and share a wild rumpus with him. But then from far away across the world, Max smells good things to eat…

Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey Mrs. Mallard was sure that the pond in the Boston Public Gardens would be a perfect place for her and her eight ducklings to live.  The problem was how to get them there through the busy streets of Boston.  But with a little help from the Boston police, Mrs. Mallard and Jack, Kack, Lack, Nack, Ouack, Pack, and Quack arive safely at their new home.

Waiting for Winter by Sebastian Meschenmoser Squirrel, Hedgehog, and Bear have never seen it snow, so when Deer predicts an early snowfall, they attempt to stay awake to see the snow.

Wacky Wednesday by Dr. Seuss From a shoe stuck on the ceiling to tigers at school to flying cars, this is no normal Wednesday! Kids will love counting up the crazy things they see on every page in this search-and-find activity book featuring the madcap magic of Dr. Seuss’s rhyme, and  hilarious illustrations from George Booth!

Only One Woof by James Herriot Gyp is the sweet but silent sheepdog who is separated from his favorite puppy playmate at a young age. The two are reunited later-with a surprising response from Gyp.

My World by Margaret Wise Brown Gentle illustrations of everyday objects along with poetic words capture the excitement of a young child exploring new boundaries, as the bunny greets all the familiar things in this new world.

Wonders of Nature by Jane Werner Watson This is a rare nonfiction book that’s also a simple, beautiful poem. In this gorgeous Little Golden Book from 1957, Eloise Wilkin’s stunning and realistic artwork is accompanied by gentle text that brings an awe of nature to the youngest readers.

When We Were Very Young by A. A. Milne explores the sweet imagination of Christopher Robin, through his beloved imagination and his friends, including a delightful poem about his “Teddy” – aka the original Winnie The Pooh! A. A. Milne’s book of poems is a masterpiece of American literature, a bestseller, and a heart-warming read!

Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein You’ll meet a boy who turns into a TV set, and a girl who eats a whale. The Unicorn and the Bloath live there, and so does Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout who will not take the garbage out. It is a place where you wash your shadow and plant diamond gardens, a place where shoes fly, sisters are auctioned off, and crocodiles go to the dentist.

Richard Scarry’s What do People Do All Day? Go on a fun visit to Busytown and find out how everyone spends their days. Full of fun and adventure, this classic picture book will keep the attention of little readers from page to page as they find out how construction workers, fire fighters, farmers, doctors, and more, help Busytown run smoothly each and every day.

Complete Tales & Poems of Winnie-the-Pooh by A. A. Milne These characters and their stories are timeless treasures of childhood that continue to speak to all of us with the kind of freshness and heart that distinguishes true storytelling.

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Helen Oxenbury We’re going on a bear hunt. We’re going to catch a big one. Will you come too? Join a father and his four young children as they cross a field of tall, wavy grass, wade through a deep, cold river, struggle through swampy mud, find their way through a big, dark forest, fight through a whirling snowstorm, and enter finally enter a narrow, gloomy cave. What will they find there? You’ll have to read on to find out!

The Wonky Donkey by Craig Smith Children will be in fits of laughter with this perfect read-aloud tale of an endearing donkey. By the book’s final page, readers end up with a spunky, hanky-panky, cranky, stinky, dinky, lanky, honky-tonky, winky wonky donkey!

Where Happiness Lives by Barry Timms Three little mice. Three very different houses. Which is the happiest home? A tale about discovering true happiness, with flaps to lift and peep-through pages.

When You Joined Our Family by Harriet Evans From first meetings to settling in together and creating new traditions, this book gently explores the adoption experience and shows that it is love that binds a family together most of all.

We Love You Magoo by Briony Stewart Magoo has his own ideas about what a dog should do — in the kitchen, in the car, at dinnertime, and at bedtime! But there are so many rules and things a dog can’t do. An ideal read-aloud pitched perfectly at the preschooler who is just learning the rules, but who loves being the boss.

Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge by Mem Fox In this very special story, Wilfrid Gordon helps his 96-year-old friend, Miss Nancy, regain some of her memories.

Check out our Preschool Book Lists for every letter of the Alphabet!

Letter A

Letter B

Letter C

Letter D

Letter E

Letter F

Letter G

Letter H

Letter I

Letter J

Letter K

Letter L

Letter M

LEtter N

Letter O

LEtter P

LEtter Q

LEtter R

Letter S

Letter T

Letter U

LEtter V

Letter W

LEtter X

LEtter Y

Letter Z


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