100 Books to Read in Kindergarten 2023-2024

Here at the library, we believe reading and being read to are important to your child's education and developing skills.  This booklist provides families with some great titles that will expose your child to a variety of types of literature and help them to develop the skills necessary to succeed in school!

All Through the Night: Important Jobs That Get Done at Night

by Polly Faber; illustrated by Harriet Hobday.

Big Dreams, Small Fish

by Paula Cohen.

Marley and the Family Band

by Cedella Marley with Tracey Baptiste; illustrations by Tiffany Rose.

The Lost Package

by Richard Ho; illustrated by Jessica Lanan.

A Gift for Amma: Market Day in India

by Meera Sriram and Mariona Cabassa.

A Letter for Leo

by Sergio Ruzzier.

A Tree is a Home

by Pamela Hickman and Zafouko Yamamoto.

A Walk in Paris

by Salvatore Rubbino.

All Are Welcome

by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman.

Angry Cookie

by Laura Dockrill; illustrated by Maria Karipidou.


by Cynthia Alonso.

Bee-Bim Bop!

by Linda Sue Park; illustrated by Ho Baek Lee.

Big Feelings

by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman.

Click Clack Moo: Cows That Type

by Doreen Cronin; illustrated by Betsy Lewin.

Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut

by Derrick Barnes; illustrated by Gordon C. James.

Don't Turn the Page

by Rachelle Burk; illustrated by Julie Downing.

Don't Wake Up the Tiger

by Britta Teckentrup.

Drawn Together

by Minh Lê; illustrated by Dan Santat.


by Yuyi Morales.

Duck on a Bike

by David Shannon.

Ducks Away!

by Mem Fox and Judy Horacek.

Dumpling Day

by Meera Sriram; illustrated by Inés de Antuñano; recipes by Laurel P. Jackson.

Eyes That Kiss in the Corners

by Joanna Ho; illustrated by Dung Ho.

Farmyard Beat

by Lindsay Craig and Marc Brown.

Fox's Garden

by Princesse Camcam

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