Your kids will love learning about everything from germs to gardening in this list of Letter G Books!
Reading aloud from book lists for kids like this one will be beneficial for children of all ages as they learn letters, sounds, and work on reading comprehension.
A variety of topics are available on the Letter G Books list!
Whether your kids are interested in science, animals, silly stories, rhyming stories, or classic tales with new twists, there is something for everyone.
What You'll Find On This Page
Where Can I Find These Letter G Books?
If you aren’t looking to add these stories to your permanent at-home library, be sure to check out your school library and your local library. Many libraries will order books you request, so don’t be afraid to ask!
To purchase any of them, check your local bookstores, Barnes and Noble or order online on Amazon or other book retailers.
What Else Can I Teach My Kids With These Books?
With any book, it’s a great plan to start with the parts of the book:
Table of Contents
Title, Author, and Illustrator
You don’t have to talk specifically about each thing, but you can weave them into your story time!
Ask your kids if they remember who the author was at the end of the story or see if they can find page 5.
You’ll be surprised how quickly some of these concepts will be solidified in your child’s mind.
Letter G Resources for Kids:
Pair these hands-on activities with the letter G books to make learning fun for your preschoolers and kindergarteners!
Not your average alphabet book! With colorful illustrations and lots of real information about goats and what they do around the farm, this is a simple, rhyming book that your kids will reach for over and over.
A silly book with limited text but lots to the story, Good Night, Gorilla will have your kids giggling from beginning to end. Follow the zookeeper as he says goodnight to all the animals in the zoo, but he doesn't know the gorilla has his keys! Who will get the last laugh at bedtime?
Lots of dogs of all shapes, sizes, and colors, finding their way around in all sorts of ways, this book has simple text, fun pictures, and lots of fun for early readers. Which dog traveling in which way will be your kid's favorite?
National Geographic Kids has yet another amazing early reader for giraffe lovers of all ages. Discover new things about giraffes on the African savannah with the gorgeous photos you have come to expect from National Geographic.
Grumpy Goat has never had a friend and doesn't seem interested in making any. He is destructive and selfish on Sunny Acres Farm until one day a special flower changes everything for him. Your kids will learn how a change of heart can make all the difference.
A humorous retelling of a classic tale, Goldilocks and the Three Bears is sure to be a delight for any age reader. You'll read all about how Goldilocks is a little girl who does whatever she wishes, even if those things are selfish and destructive.
A science-based Curious George book, join George on an adventure through his own body to discover germs and how they make you sick. This book also includes lots of scientific facts as well as an experiment to try, healthy habits to have, a glossary, and even a recipe to try!
When learning all about the letter G, what is your favorite book to read to your kids? Share it in the comments!