Books are a perfect way for children to learn about so many things, including the alphabet. There are so many wonderful alphabet books for preschoolers available to parents. Many are available as board books as well as paper back and hard back books. The list below includes over 20 fun alphabet books for kids, both new and classics.
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Alphabet Books for Preschoolers
Preschoolers will enjoy learning their ABC’s with a literary twist in Classic Lit A to Z: A BabyLit Alphabet Primer from Jennifer Adams.
Young foodies will love learning their alphabet in A is for Artichoke from America’s Test Kitchen Kids.
ABC What Can She Be? from Sugar Snap Studio shows young girls (and boys) future careers from every letter of the alphabet.
Fans of Pinkalicious will love learning their alphabet with Pinkalicious ABC: An Alphabet Book from Victoria Kann.
ABCs and potty training come together in the hilarious The Perfect Potty Zoo: The Funniest ABC Book from Agnes Green.
Don’t let the title fool you. Q is for Duck: An Alphabet Guessing Game from Michael Folsom turns alphabet learning into a humorous guessing game.
Adorable little peas lead children through the alphabet in LMNO Peas from Keith Baker.
The Alphabet Book from P.D. Eastman is a classic alphabet book for children from the author-illustrator of Go, Dog, Go!
Young Star Wars fans will love Star Wars ABC-3PO from Calliope Glass.
The Racecar Alphabet from Brian Floca highlights the ABCs of car racing over the past century.
Fans of construction equipment will enjoy practicing their alphabet with The Construction Alphabet Book from Jerry Pallotta.
Eating the Alphabet: Fruits and Vegetables from A to Z from Lois Ehlert is a classic look at the letters of the alphabet through food.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom from Bill Martin, Jr. is a classic alphabet rhyme book for children.
“I Spy” books, such as I Spy Letters from Jean Marzollo are a fun way for children to practice the alphabet.
Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate’s ABC from June Sobel is a funny look at the alphabet through a pirate adventure.
Finally, Dr. Seuss’ ABC is a humorous classic that has been enjoyed by young readers for generations now!