Best Books for 3 years old with Amazing Morals

Best Books for 3 years old with Amazing Morals

Reading books are really helpful when we learn something from that, especially its really helpful for kids or small children, who see the world only through books and from the lessons, which their parents taught them.

Each child is different in their reading habits and taste. Some will enjoy numerical picture books with some learning and some will enjoy the picture-based book with fun.

Here is the compiled list of books for you all where you can find lessons with fun.

10 best books for 3-year-olds kids

Lost and Found

By Oliver Jeffers

lost and found - By Oliver Jeffers - books for 3 years old

It’s a children picture book, was published in 2005. It’s a simple book for children where they learn about true friendship.

An overwhelming debut novel about the intuition of the new, the mischief of the very old, and the magic happen along the way.

Lost and found is a simple tale about a boy and penguin and their thriving friendship. It will really fascinate your child.

The Giving Tree

By Shel Silverstein

the giving tree - By Shel Silverstein - books for 3 years old

It’s an American children’s picture book, it was first published in 1964 by harper & row it has become one of Silverstein’s best know book and title. This book has been translated int various languages.

So, this book conveys a very positive lesson to all of you, and also the relationship between the tree and the boy is incredibly written.

The story is about a tree’s casualty love for a boy and their love and respect for each other.

Best Word Book Ever

 By Richard Scarry

best word book ever - By Richard Scarry - books for 3 years old

The art for best word book ever was first drawn in, the colored in which was by that time scarry’s normal technique.

This book is published in 1963 and become a best selling children’s book. The author had been clarifying children’s books since 2950, but this was his initial as both author and illustrator. 

This book comes in the “Best Ever” Richard scarry’s books are classic, they have wonderful descriptions that are full of color and action, in fact, his wife stretch is unlike other picture books.

The Monster at the End of this Book

 By Jon Stone

The Monster at the End of this Book - books for 3 years old

It is a children picture book based on the television series sesame street and featuring Grover. This book was originally published in 1971 and also it’s gas since becoming an all-time best-selling season street book. It’s a true new classic of children’s literature.

In this book, Grover( the protagonist) is frightened to learn that there is a monster at the end of the book and pleads the reader not to finish it, so as to avoid the monster he uses various methods to try and keep the reader from advancing, including trying the pages packed and solidifying them together with bricks.

All by Myself ( Little Critter)

By Mercer Mayer

All by Myself ( Little Critter) - By Mercer Mayer - books for 3 years old

Is a part of the little critter collection, Mercer Mayer’s little critter wants to show you all the things he can do himself in this traditional, humorous, and heartwarming book.

Is the day in the life story of a young scruffy monster boy, who shall go unidentified, because his name was never given he gets up, gets himself dressed and fed, helps feed and play with his sister, plays by himself helps his parents then hits the lay.

The Story of Ferdinand

By Munro leaf

The Story of Ferdinand - By Munro leaf - books for 3 years old

It’s the best-known work by the book author and illustrated by Robert Lawson, this was originally published in 1936.

The story of Ferdinand puts up questions about unity the ethical treatment of animals, and the importance of peace vs aggression.

A peaceful bull lives in a meadow with his mother and other new bulls. All the other bulls like to run and buck, but Ferdinand likes to sit under God’s special tree and scent the flowers.

After Ferdinand, a bull with a huge heart, is mistaken for a difficult beast, he is apprehended and torn from his home, determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate exploration.

The Gruffalo

By Julia Donaldson

the gruffalo - By Julia Donaldson - books for 3 years old

The Gruffalo is a children’s book which is illustrated by Axel Scheffler, that tells the story of a mouse, the protagonist of the book, seizing a walk in the woods.

This famous book won various prizes for children’s literature and also has been formulated into plays on both the west end and Broadway and just an Oscar-nominated enlivened film.

It was originally published on 23 March 1999. It’s written in rhyming couplets, starring redundant verse with minor friction.

The Incredible Book Eating Boy

By Oliver Jeffers

The Incredible Book Eating Boy - By Oliver Jeffers - books for 3 years old

So it’s a picture fiction book which is originally published in 2006.

It’s a story of a boy Henry who, quite by blunder, found out that he loves to eat books Henry thinks that the more book he eats the smarter he gets because he loved being the smartest person in the class.

Jeffer really exemplifies his own work which really brings the story to life as the reader can actually imagine just to author wants to get across.

The Little Engine that could (90th-Anniversary Edition)

By Watty Piper

The Little Engine that could (90th-Anniversary Edition) - By Watty Piper - books for 3 years old

It’s an American fairy tale that becomes very famous in the United States, it’s published in 1930 Platt & Munk.

This book tells the children what is really mean of hard work and optimism. It’s based on a 2007 online poll.

The story of a train filled with toys and gifts for little boys and girls that breakdown before reaching the children. After asking several passing trains for help over the hill, a little blue train agrees to help the stranded toys.

 Llama Llama Red Pajama

By Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama Red Pajama - By Anna Dewdney - books for 3 years old

A delightful and creative series, it is a child all-time favorite book, which is published in 2005.

A rhyming read-aloud that finds Young Llama Llama feeling nervous about falling asleep by himself and mama Llama coming to the rescue.

It’s the perfect place to start with the beloved series or an exciting new addition to your collection.

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