Kindergarten Reading List
Reading suggestions for Kindergartners from the Weber County Library
Introduces young children to the water cycle with simple text and illustrations.
A collection of poems celebrating the habits and habitat of Emperor penguins.
Any child who has ever had a beloved toy break will relate to Daisy's anguish when her favorite ball is destroyed by a bigger dog.
Jack has adventures and rescues with his action-figure, Guy.
One by one, three brave little bears have second thoughts about exploring the interior of a spooky old tree.
A mother hen wakes up one morning to find a gigantic egg among the others in her nest and goes in search of the egg's origin.
Time for bed, Biscuit! Biscuit is a little yellow puppy. And like most puppies, he would rather play than go to bed. Will Biscuit ever go to sleep?
Stories and pictures to make learning alphabet sounds enjoyable.
A cast of characters looks for, finds, and assembles some dinosaur bones.
"Jam on toast," sings Frances about the food she likes most--until she has it for the sixth meal in two days.
Whether the dog is chasing the cat, or the cat is urging the dog on to feats of mischief, the result is hilarious.
There are only three cookies and four hungry friends to share them with. This is not good. This is not equal!
The carrots that grow in Crackenhopper Field are the fattest and crispiest around and Jasper Rabbit cannot resist pulling some to eat each time he passes by, until he begins hearing and seeing creepy carrots wherever he goes.
The bus driver needs a break, and he asks the reader to keep an eye on things while he's gone.
A nearly wordless picture book in which a farmer rescues a baby clown who has bounced off the circus train, and takes very good care of him until he can reunite the tot with his clown family.
Rat tries to get the fat cat off the mat and back to his usual resting place in the vat.
Using simple text and illustrations, shows how animals and objects change, including tadpoles to frogs and seeds to flowers, in a book with cutouts so that certain colors from the previous picture help create the next picture.
Read about all sorts of feet doing all sorts of things.
Describes the passing of the seasons through the changes in plants and animals that occur on a farm.