Kindergarten Reading List
Reading suggestions for Kindergartners from the Weber County Library
A hungry fox is sure that it's his lucky day when a delectable-looking pig knocks on his door by mistake.
A visit to a museum of natural history provides a little boy with an introduction to the habits, characteristics, and habitats of fourteen kinds of dinosaurs.
Two lazy pigs happily watch the other animals work.
When a little girl and her dragon friend stumble into a fairy tale world, it is up to the little girl to keep her companion out of harm's way when they meet up with the hungry wolf of "Little Red Riding Hood," Snow White's evil stepmother, and other unseemly characters.
What do you do when Pete's in a bad mood? Turn him into a pizza, of course.
Henry and his puppy, Mudge, search to find Mudge's missing favorite blanket.
This book celebrates the joy of reading, and demonstrates how there are many things to read almost everywhere one looks!
Sid the snake thinks he's sick and doesn't want to play with his friends.
Close-up photos and lightly-rhymed declarative verse capture a bug's-eye view of nature and encouarge children to experience the world outside their doors with care and openness. Includes insect facts.
When Strega Nona leaves him alone with her magic pasta pot, Big Anthony is determined to show the townspeople how it works.
Zany and armed with the most unusual powers, a group of superheroes are out to save the world, one letter at a time.
When Otto the robot has trouble learning to swing, he decides to make his own swing set.
Join the bears in this creepy adventure with an old tree.
A child describes his friendship with the Earth.
Read about all sorts of feet doing all sorts of things.
A little boy has a wonderful winter adventure when the snowman he builds springs magically to life.