100 Books to Read in Kindergarten

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!

Grumpy Bird

by Jeremy Tankard

Hank Finds an Egg

by Rebecca Dudley

Have You Seen My Dragon?

by Steve Light.

How to Be a Lion

by Ed Vere.

How to Build an Insect

by Roberta Gibson; illustrated by Anne Lambelet.

I Got the Rhythm

by Connie Schofield-Morrison; illustrated by Frank Morrison.

I Walk with Vanessa

by Kerascoët

If You Plant a Seed

by Kadir Nelson.


by Raúl Colón.

Inside Outside

by Anne-Margot Ramstein and Arâegui, Matthias.

Is That Wise, Pig?

by Jan Thomas.

It's Raining!

by Gail Gibbons.

Jabari Jumps

by Gaia Cornwall.

Last Stop on Market Street

by Matt de la Peña; illustrated by Christian Robinson

Kindness is Cooler, Mrs. Ruler

by Margery Cuyler; illustrated by Sachiko Yoshikawa

Lia & Luis: Who Has More?

by Ana Crespo; illustrated by Giovana Medeiros.

Look Again: Secrets of Animal Camoflauge

by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page.

Lucky Ducklings

by Eva Moore; illustrated by Nancy Carpenter.

Luna's Yum Yum Dim Sum

by Natasha Yim; illustrated by Violet Kim.

Magic Ramen: The Story of Momofuku Ando

by Andrea Wang; illustrated by Kana Urbanowicz.

Monkey Time

by Michael Hall.

Monkey With a Tool Belt

by Chris Monroe.

Nanette's Baguette

by Mo Willems.

Officer Buckle and Gloria

by Peggy Rathmann.

One Minute Till Bedtime: 60-Second Poems to Send You Off to Sleep

poems selected by Kenn Nesbitt; illustrated by Christoph Niemann.

P is for Poppadoms!: An Indian Alphabet Book

by Kabir Sehgal and Surishtha Sehgal; illustrated by Hazel Ito.


by Paul Baptiste; illustrated by Estelai Meza.

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