10 Amazing Alphabet Books

When your child is ready to learn the alphabet it is an exciting new chapter!  A perfect way to introduce your child to the alphabet is through books. Alphabet books are great tools to have children explore and learn their letters.  I am sharing with you a list of 10 amazing alphabet books to read with your little ones to help them learn their ABCs and encourage a love of reading.

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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an amazing alphabet book for toddlers and preschoolers learning their letters.

1. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by  Bill Martin and John Archambault is a favorite in our house.  It is a fun alphabet book that will help your child learn her lowercase letters.  The letters are climbing to the top of the coconut tree but they are much too heavy! They all fall down… BOOM!

Alphabet books are a great way to introduce toddlers and preschoolers to the letters of the alphabet.

2. LMNO Peas by Keith Baker is a darling book that teaches the alphabet as well as a variety of careers and jobs.

Alphabet books are a fun way to introduce the letters of the alphabet to young kids and develop a love of reading.

3. ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book by Dr. Seuss is a book that is sure to please your little one.  This book is in keeping with the Dr. Seuss we know and love. It is whimsical and playful.  I also enjoy its simplicity, the use of repetition, and that kids learn both uppercase and lowercase letters.
Max's ABC is a fun alphabet book for toddlers are preschoolers who are learning letters.
4. Max’s ABC by Rosemary Wells tells the story of the events following the escape of Max’s ants from his ant farm!  Each letter of the alphabet helps to recount what happens next in the story.

A to Z is an adorable alphabet book by Sandra Boynton that toddlers will fall in love with.

5. A to Z by Sandra Boynton is a fun and simple book with cute illustrations.  The book goes through the alphabet with silly animals and their actions.
Z is for Moose is a funny and amazing alphabet book that will have kids laughing and learning letters.
6. Z is for Moose by Kelly Bingham will certainly give you and your child a good laugh.  The moose desperately wants to be included in the ABC show and can’t seem to wait his turn!

Eating the Alphabet teaches kids the letters of the alphabet and the names of fruits and vegetables.

7. Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert is a compilation of fruits and vegetables from A to Z.

Q is For Duck is a fun way to not only learn the letters of the alphabet but also to make connections and associations.  Q is for duck because they Quack!

8. Q is for Duck: An Alphabet Guessing Gameby Michael Folsom is a great book to teach the alphabet but also to get kids thinking and making connections. Q is for Duck because they quack!

AlphaOops: The Day Z Went First is a funny alphabet book that kids will surely enjoy.

9. AlphaOops: The Day Z Went First by Alethea Kontis is a funny alphabet book.  The letter Z shakes things up by wanting to go first! The other letters also want to change up the order and chaos ensues!
The Sleepy Little Alphabet is about letters that don't want to go to sleep.
10. The Sleepy Little Alphabet by Judy Sierra is about the little letters that do everything they can to put off going to bed!

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Here is a list of 10 amazing alphabet books that will toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten kids will love.  These alphabet books are a great way to introduce and review letters!

8 Comments

  1. MJ

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    I love the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom books. They really are a good beginner book and a great way to teach children the alphabet in a fun way.

    1. Yu Lan

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      My daughter can’t get enough of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom! She simply adores it!

  2. Jewels

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    We love Chicka Chicka books also! I have half of these that I used for my boys, thanks for the tips, I need more for my daughter who is easily bored. lol

    1. Yu Lan

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      You’re very welcome 🙂 Books are a great way to keep kids busy and get them learning. I hope your daughter enjoys one of these!

  3. Megha

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    Loved your list. Though my baby is one month old but I am gonna bookmark your post!

  4. Jessica

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    This is a great list. My son is obsessed with the alphabet right now, so I appreciate this article. 👍🏻

  5. Jenna

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    These look so cute! Especially the fruit and vegetable one. And my daughter doesn’t have any of these yet!

  6. Free Samples

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    Definitely, what a great site and revealing posts, I will bookmark your blog.Have an awsome day!

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