Hens, hamburgers, and hermit crabs will help your little ones get engaged with Letter H Books!
Book lists for kids like this one will help engage your kids with tons of completely different age-appropriate topics.
Topics ranging from harbors and ships to honey and homes around the world, Letter H Books are sure to engage kids of all interests and age levels.
Where Do I Find Letter H Books?
To buy these amazing books, head to your local bookstore, Barnes and Noble, or hop on Amazon and have them shipped directly to your home.
If you don’t want to spend a ton of money until you know if your kids love these books, visit your local libraries and check them out for a few weeks at a time!
How Can I Help My Kids Learn The Letter H?
Besides hearing it a lot, based on these Letter H Books, help your kids pick out all the H’s on each page by pointing them out and saying their sound independently from the word itself.
Then think of more H words and even try to make a poem or tongue twister that may help them remember the words!
Letter H Activities for Kids:
Want letter H activities to do with your young learners after reading these books? Take a look at these engaging and entertaining resources!
- Letter H Book
- Find the Letter: H is for Horse from 3 Boys and a Dog
- Hammering Beginning Sounds Activity
- H is for Horse Craft from Homeschool Preschool
- Heart Tracing Worksheets
You May Also Like This Letter Recognition Activity:
These Capital Letter Strip Puzzles are a fun, hands-on way for kids to practice identifying and matching capital letters.
This activity can be used for morning tubs, literacy centers, or fine motor journals in any preschool or kindergarten classroom or homeschool.
Click on the picture below to learn more about this alphabet resource!
To learn more about these fiction and non-fiction books, click on the pictures below.
Letter H Books for Kids
A hilarious story about a very hungry hen and a patient fox. Every day the hen eats and eats and every day the fox thinks he will just wait a little while longer, because the hen is getting bigger and bigger. Be sure to grab this one for a surprise ending your kids won't see coming!
The Big Honey Hunt is the introduction of the Berenstain Bears family! Families who love Dr. Seuss or the Berenstain Bears will adore this story about Father Bear deciding to follow a bee to find fresh honey rather than getting some honey from the honey store.
A great option for kids who are interested in different types of boats and where they go! Harbor identifies all shapes of boats, the parts of a harbor, and leaves a lot of room for conversations about weather, sails, parts of boats, what they transport, and more!
This is a story out of Africa and it centers around the honeyguide bird and the African honey badger. For as long as anyone can remember, they have worked together to find honey and eat it. But what happens one day when the honey badger decides to eat all the honey and not share? Can you guess what the honeyguide bird does?
Learn real facts about hippos in this engaging book. With helpful information on every page and corresponding illustrations, you'll learn which animal in Africa is the most dangerous and why!
What can you do with your hands? I bet you'll name a lot of ways, but also learn a few more in this delightful book about how we use our hands every day.
A Place Called Home gives your children the opportunity to see what kinds of homes people live in all over the world. With flaps to lift and peek in windows and open doors to get a glimpse inside, They will learn so much about tons of distinct cultures.
Learn about hermit crabs and join one on his adventure to find a new home. Hermit Crab will learn that the friends you meet along your journey may come and go, but change isn't always bad.
Harry is a dog who does NOT like getting a bath. One day, he decides to leave his home and go on an adventure instead of getting clean. His adventures lead him into some very dirty places, so what will happen if he manages to find his way home?
A fun an engaging look into what happens to food when you eat it. Early elementary science enthusiasts will love this book!
When your kids are learning all about the letter H, what is your favorite book to read? Leave a comment below!