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Preschoolers love colorful pictures and fast-moving stories. Preschoolers love stories that mirror their own lives and worlds. Most of all, preschoolers love to laugh! A successful book for this age group (3-5) must, must, must be funny. Here are books that check all the boxes for a gift preschoolers will love.
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Three stories in one, and all of them containing lively adventures and animal characters.
A newly published story about a snowplow named Walt that keeps in the tradition of Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel and The Little Engine That Could..
A hilarious story that follows a naughty mouse as he teases animals that want to eat him for lunch. But he isn't worried because he is the fastest mouse in the world!
Thelma the Unicorn learns to love herself for who she truly is inside.
From the creators of Creepy Carrots, a book about a bunny and a decidedly creepy pair of underwear. There are two words that young kids find hilarious - poop and underwear. Just reading the cover will get them giggling!
A fascinating look at the numbers that make up our world. Great for curious little minds.
A wonderful book by Hillary Clinton with illustrations by super-talented Marla Frazee promotes a peaceful and happy world where diversity and tolerance are celebrated.
Isn't this little snail the cutest?! We fell in love with Escargot the snail and his journey to get to the salad at the end of the book. But, uh-hoh! When he gets to the salad, he discovers that it has a carrot in it, and he hates carrots. Reluctantly, he tries the carrot and finds out that he actually likes it.
A mother bunny and her little bunny walk home at night, and the little bunny experiences how his neighborhood seems more magical when the sun goes down.
If you loved PRESS HERE, you will love the latest from author Herve Tullet. Tullet's books are always so creative.