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We enjoyed many lovely books together this school year. Here are our top ten favorite books for homeschool preschool:
- Hero Tales – This is a collection of brief missionary stories for children. Best for ages 4 and up, but my 2 year old absorbed more than I would’ve expected. There are three stories about each featured missionary.
- The Story of the Orchestra: Four Seasons – We have three books from this series, but this one is my oldest’s favorite. There are buttons to press, and each button plays an excerpt from the Four Seasons by Vivaldi.
- Make Way for Ducklings – A classic from my own childhood which was delightful to pass on to my own children. You can also talk about rhyming words when you read the names of the ducklings: Jack, Kack, Lack, and so forth.
- Winnie-the-Pooh – You need the classic tales by A.A. Milne. Hilarious and endearing. All of my children love them.
- Christian Liberty Nature Reader Book K – These have been updated since I was a child. The new editions have beautiful watercolor illustrations.
- The Mitten – This one is humorous, has great illustrations, and is perfect for a wintry day. If your child loves animals, he or she will love Jan Brett’s illustrations.
- The Snowy Day – My boys are really into this story starting at about age 2. Peter enjoys the simple pleasures of childhood.
- The Seven Silly Eaters – This one cracks me up. I would read it just for my own amusement.
- We Are in a Book – My boys have this one memorized. It is also written with simple language, so a very beginning reader can pick out a word here and there.
- Ten Apples Up on Top – We also have this one memorized. Ten Apples Up on Top is especially fun when read during apple season in the fall.
What are your family’s favorite books for homeschool preschool?