fairytale books for preschoolers

Around the World Fairytale Books for Preschoolers

fairytale books for preschoolers
fairytale books for preschoolers
We’ve been busy this summer visiting local libraries to catch up on our reading. The one thing my kids love the most, is when I read to them stories from far, far away lands and mystic places.


fairytale books for preschoolers
Since we are worldschoolers, I love to throw in a few books from different places we have been to or plan to visit. Here’s a few fairytale books for preschoolers that we are currently reading or hope to get to real soon!


Tomie dePaola’s Favorite Nursery Tales
The illustrations in this collection of favorite tales such as “Rumpelstiltskin” and “The Little Red Hen” are wonderful. A perfect book for a parent or older sibling to share with a child.


Tortoise’s Flying Lesson: Animal Stories
Can a tortoise really learn how to fly? This collection of animal stories from around the world are told in a conversational language with colorful illustrations that kids love.


Nursery Tales from Around the World
Some of the stories, like “The Gingerbread Man” and “Odon the Giant” are retold to share with younger children.


The Helen Oxenbury Nursery Collection
This collection of poems and nursery rhymes such as “Henny Penny” and its attractive illustrations are perfect for little ones.


Aesop’s Fables
The stories behind famous fables are accompanied by wonderful full page illustrations. Perfect for visual learners.


Tom Thumb: Grimms’ Tales
Tom Thumb, The Fisherman and His Wife and many other traditional stories are enhanced by Todd Ouren’s colorful illustrations.


Sing a Song of Sixpence: A Pocket Full of Nursery Rhymes and Tales
Twenty-Two Mother Goose nursery rhymes and three stories in traditional form are well written in this book.


Around the World with Phineas Frog
Another fun geography puzzle book cleverly done in an entertaining fashion. Kids do not even know that they are learning!


The Story of the World
We love this book and this series! We mostly use it as one of our bedtime stories. This particular one was great for teaching ancient history.


We can help our children find the tools they need to succeed in life by providing them access to information through the “printed word.” Knowledge is power, and books are full of it. It’s important to teach your child to have a lifelong relationship with a printed book, so they can grow into adults who read easily and frequently whether for business, knowledge, or pleasure.

fairytale books for preschoolers

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