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16 Favorite Alphabet Books for Preschoolers

To rewind a bit, this past Tot School year was more for exposure as we cycled through the alphabet doing various activities and/or crafts based around a certain letter.   In August/ September, Little Sis will be 3 1/2, so I'd like to transition her to more preschool type activities come Fall.

We most likely will cycle through the alphabet again, but I'd like to focus on weekly themes, instead of  a certain letter.

alphabet book list for preschoolers

Along with weekly themes, I would like to dedicate a basket and/or bin specific to a letter.

The idea right now is to fill the bin with some manipulatives of that letter, tiny objects, and an alphabet book.

I am still trying to figure things out, but as I am reflecting on what we have done and where we want to go, I thought it would be fun to share with you our collection of Alphabet books.

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Jane O'Connor

Patricia Polacco

Susan Greene

Wanda Gag

Dr. Seuss

P.D. Eastman

Richard Scarry

Bill Martin Jr.

Baby Einstein



Megan E. Bryant

Giselle Shardlow

And here are a couple books that we currently do not have but, they are on my *wishlist*!!

Matthew VanFleet

Christopher Franceschelli

Crockett Johnson

Keith Baker

Roger Priddy

Are some of these in your collection?  Do you have a favorite alphabet book that we don't have? Please share!



7 comments on "16 Favorite Alphabet Books for Preschoolers"
  1. Whispered Abundance11:32 AM, February 24, 2014

    I actually only have 2 of these books in our collection, but we have enjoyed them!

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  2. What a wonderful list of alphabet books! Dr. Seuss's ABC is our favorite.

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  3. School Time Snippets8:09 AM, February 28, 2014

    Oh great! I'll look that one up. Sounds fun!

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  4. This looks like a great list! I see a couple of new ones I need to look for! Thanks for sharing it!

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  5. Fancy Nancy's Favorite Fancy Words is a great one! :-) I might have to look into the Richard Scarry one. I haven't read that one, but I like all of this books.

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  6. School Time Snippets8:45 AM, March 01, 2014

    My daughter is a big Fancy Nancy fan, so I had to add that to our collection! The Richard Scarry one is very cute and perfect for tiny hands! Literally it's probably as big as my 2 year old's hands.

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  7. School Time Snippets8:46 AM, March 01, 2014

    Thanks for stopping by! Glad you found some new ones to check out : )

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