I lost my dad when I was an infant so Father’s Day was always a day that approached with nervousness. However, my brother, sister, and I were extremely close to our Pa.
We had a blast celebrating him each year. It is important to remember that – as cliche as this sounds – it truly does take a village to raise a family.
Celebrate with whomever you see as your dad this year. In the meantime, however, we have curated an amazing set of Father’s Day Books for Preschoolers. What better way to celebrate!
Learn The Best Children’s Books for Father’s Day
This story displays the tender love that a father has for his child. It is so sweet and demonstrates that all the little things are what make their relationship so special.
This book tells a beautiful story of compassion and the importance of showing someone you love them. A mom and her children work together in showing appreciation and gratitude on Father’s Day.
Another beautiful book by Eric Carle. The caterpillar that all kids are familiar with tags along on a journey of the special qualities in a dad.
This is an adorable true story about two male penguins at the Central Park Zoo that mate and raises a baby penguin together.
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A story of the unconditional love a dad has for his daughter. By trying to get the moon for her he shows that he will do anything to make her happy.
Every Dad is so special! Each father has a unique gift to share and something special to teach their children. The cute little boy in this book is so proud of the things that his Dad knows.
I love the rambunctious wild nature of a Dad. Dads are great for sitting on their shoulders, wrestling, horseback rides, and playing ghost in the graveyard. This book is a tribute to all those special moments.
This is one of my favorite stories, so it had to be on this list. Owl Moon makes a great bedtime story. It is a peaceful story of a father and his daughter connecting on a midnight walk through the woods.
If you haven’t been on a walk through the forest at night you may be able to imagine what a magical experience this can be. Owl Moon is a story of a true connection to nature between a father and his daughter.
This book builds on the natural curiosity of children. When a little boy at school learns his friend has two daddies he is naturally curious. He has many questions for his friend. A Tale of Two Daddies is approached with a beautiful non-judgmental and approachable nature.
We have all been in a situation where a child has surprised us with something! These surprises are often very sweet and sometimes a bit peculiar.
The natural kindness that this exudes from a child is something worth fostering and encouraging as they grow. This story is an adorable example of this caring nature.