Finding books to include in our letter Q book list, for me, was difficult! But we have some to feature, just for the letter Q. The Measured Mom also has an amazing letter Q book list, so be sure to check it out! Find FREE Letter Qq printable packs here:
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Letter Q Book List
The letter Q words featured in these books are quack, quarter, quiet, & quick.
Click, Clack, Quackity-Quack by Doreen Cronin is a simple alphabet book that feature the fun-loving farm characters in Doreen Cronin’s books. While we didn’t read the board book, it features a keyboard where kids can push the letters as they read the alphabet book. Cute!
The Coin Counting Book by Rozanne Lanczak Williams is a simple counting book featuring different kinds of coins, briefly including the quarter. While it’s simple enough for a tot, it’s a good one for kids who know their basic coin values and are ready to see how they all add up.’
An Egg is Quiet by Dianna Hutts Aston does not just feature the quiet features of an egg, but has such rich vocabulary about all kinds of eggs. Any of the books in this series are phenomenal for teaching vocabulary with a specific focus in nature. They are simple enough that younger kids will enjoy them while older siblings will glean something new as well.
Quick as a Cricket by Audrey Wood has been a favorite of mine for years. I love how simple the text is and all the references to using similies as the character compares himself to things in nature. It’s also fun to think of similies you and your child can come up with together for each other. Older kids can even use this as a springboard for writing about themselves. So many possibilities.
Little Quack doesn’t want to leave the cozy next and take a dive. Count along as all the ducklings go for a swim. Even Little Quack is finally convinced and loves it. Not only does this book have a cute story line, I also like how it integrates math, reminding me a little of Five Little Ducks. This is a great read if you’re doing a pond theme.
Quack and Count by Keith Baker is another great counting and rhyming book with ducks, except Baker takes it a step further and introduces simple addition as the ducks slide, fly, leap and dive. The pictures in the book also provide for a challenge for kids to count all the ducks.
The Very Quiet Cricket by Eric Carle has been a favorite at our house for years. His predictable text makes it easy for kids to “read” with you. My kids love learning about all the different insects the cricket meets as well as saving that fun chirping noise for the end!
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