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!

Professional Crocodile

by Giovanna Zoboli

Rain School

by James Rumford.

Red: A Crayon's Story

by Michael Hall.

Redwoods

by Jason Chin

Ruby Finds a Worry

by Tom Percival

Sidewalk Flowers

by JonArno Lawson & Sydney Smith

Someone New

by Anne Sibley O'Brien,

Sounds Like School Spirit

by Meg Fleming; illustrated by Lucy Ruth Cummins.

Starstruck: The Cosmic Journey of Neil deGrasse Tyson

by Kathleen Krull and Paul Brewer; illustrated by Frank Morrison

Tap the Magic Tree

by Christie Matheson.

Thank You, Omu!

by Oge Mora.

The Animals Would Not Sleep!

by Sara Levine; illustrated by Marta Álvarez Miguéns

The Crayon Man: The True Story of the Invention of Crayola Crayons

by Natascha Biebow; illustrated by Steven Salerno.

The Day You Begin

by Jacqueline Woodson; illustrated by Rafael López

The Froggy series

by Jonathan London; illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz

The Girl Who Thought in Pictures: the Story of Dr. Temple Grandin

by Julia Finley Mosca; illustrated by Daniel Rieley

The Good Egg

by Jory John & Pete Oswald

The Lion and the Bird

by Marianne Dubuc

The Lion and the Mouse

by Jerry Pinkney

The Miss Nelson series

by Harry Allard & James Marshall

The Rabbit Listened

by Cori Doerrfeld

The Runaway Pea

by Kjartan Poskitt; illustrated by Alex Willmore

The Sea Mammal Alphabet Book

by Jerry Pallotta; illustrated by Tom Leonard

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