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Any of these 13 read-aloud books on letters of the alphabet will make a great addition to your family library. Given that they help solve the problem of teaching the alphabet by giving kids a fun way to learn, these are a must-have! As a matter of fact, these children’s read-aloud books in my preschool and kindergarten classes were chosen by my kiddos for me to read over and over during afternoon story time. With that in mind, make sure to grab one or more of these awesome children’s alphabet books to help your little one love reading while learning the alphabet! Also, don’t forget to download some freebies just for you below!

13 Books to Make Learning Letters of the Alphabet Fun:

A is for All the Things You Are: A Joyful ABC Book

First off, this one is a happy read-aloud book for kids helps them to look for all the great traits they have. It not only helps them learn their letters but also encourages them to think about who they are and what they bring to the world.

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

Overall, this classic alphabet read-aloud is written with a great rhythm. While you are reading, you won’t help but fall into the beat as you and your child read this story together. 

The Very Hungry Caterpillar ABC

Another great children’s alphabet book puts a spin on a classic that my kiddos loved. In fact, children will love to follow their friend The Very Hungry Caterpillar while they discover letters of the alphabet. 

K is for Kwanzaa: A Kwanzaa Alphabet Book

This letter book for kindergarten and preschool children teaches the letters of the alphabet while learning about Kwanzaa. In addition, this impactful book also gives adults some background about Kwanzaa. However, even if you don’t celebrate, it’s a great way to teach about appreciating the beautiful diversity of our world.

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Dr. Seuss’ ABC

Another teaching tip we love is using Dr. Suess books to teach all manner of reading skills. For example, this children’s letter book brings Dr. Suess’ classic style to young children as they learn the ABCs.

Alphabet Under Construction

This is one of my kiddos’ favorite children’s read aloud books. In fact, this allowed my little ones who were more interested in blocks than the library to still learn their letters because it was around a topic they loved.  

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Eating the Alphabet

This letter book for preschool and kindergarten blends children’s knowledge of foods with their growing awareness of the letters of the alphabet. Of course, kiddos will love this even more when you bring it to life through fun-tasting activities!

M is for Melanin

If you’re looking for an alphabet book that celebrates the African American culture, then you’re in the right place! Not only does it do this, but it also encourages young children to see the positive aspects of themselves.

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T is for Tutu

During this children’s read aloud, your little ones will explore the world of ballet while learning the letters of the alphabet. In order to really enjoy this book, get ready to stretch, point and pose along with the children in the story!

Alphabet Mystery

Get ready to solve a great mystery in this fun children’s picture book. When you read this book, your kindergarteners and preschoolers will be captivated from beginning to end as they see how the letters in this book solve the mystery! 

LMNO Peas

Children enjoy rhymes and are exposed to all types of jobs and hobbies in this fun children’s read-aloud book. In addition, this book can help your little one develop rhyming skills (a key pre-reading skill) while learning about the letters of the alphabet.

B is for Baby

This children’s picture book focuses on all things B. In fact, it takes young children on a trip to Baba’s house with a little surprise tucked in the basket.

Alpha Ooops! the Day Z Went First

Finally, the mixed up alphabet makes for a fun reading experience in this silly alphabet book. Can your little one figure out where each letter should be?

Have Fun Teaching Letters of the Alphabet!

Overall, children’s read-aloud picture books have always been my go-to with preschool and kindergarten kiddos. Now that you have found a few letter books to add to your library, leave a comment below about which of these Kindergarten stories your child loved! 

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