Trying to find the best audiobooks for preschoolers to listen to? You’ve come to the right place. Here you’ll find a wide range of amazing choices that your little one is going to love. Check them out:
Michael Gordon and Teresa Booth
This is the story of George, who has a pet dragon named Joe. Joe is used to getting angry when he doesn’t get his way, until one day George shows him that he can handle these situations without getting so mad. This is an adorable book with a lot of cuteness overload, and it stresses not only appropriate ways to deal with anger, but also what it takes to be a valuable friend.
Sharing a fun book with your preschooler is never a waste of time, and this international best seller has all the makings of a book they’ll love, and they’ll even want to listen to it again and again.
Fred Rogers, et al.
Mr. Rogers was much more than a television host; he was also a man who devoted his life to teaching and building up children of all ages. In this book, preschoolers can listen to 75 lovable songs that he shared with children during his illustrious career. Children can listen to this book at bedtime, quiet time, or at a sing-along event with friends, and they’ll get something good out of it every time.
Let Mr. Rogers nurture your preschooler and increase his or her knowledge and self-confidence, all in a fun way that also introduces him or her to music.
Julia Donaldson, et al.
Complete with songs and a read-along track, this is a funny book about a witch and her cat who allow a bird, a dog, and a frog to ride on their broom as they fly through the air. But when the broom breaks they find themselves in peril, especially with a hungry dragon lurking nearby. A witty, comical book that neither you nor your preschooler will ever forget.
Enjoy an absolutely adorable story with your young child or let them listen on their own. Either way, your preschooler will have a lot of fun listening to this story.
Arnold Lobel, et al.
Comprised of four different stories, this book set lets your preschooler follow the adventures of Frog and Toad as they enjoy their various outings as friends. In these stories, they tell ghost stories, eat too many cookies, and search for a lost button, all while building their friendship and learning valuable lessons every time.
The stories are all told in a charming and uplifting way, and each of them teaches your preschooler something that is of value and importance. Plus, they’re a lot of fun to listen to!
Bonsai Cox, et al.
Woody and Dustie are termites that find themselves on Noah’s Ark and learn to navigate the challenging trek with the help of their newfound friends, including a moose and a few porcupines. If you think you know everything about Noah’s Ark, think again. This is the same tale, but a different verse, and it tells the story from a humorous and unique point of view.
The book also emphasizes a lot of the characteristics you want your child to have, including kindness, and it is both funny and inspiring. It takes an old tale and breathes some innovative light into it, and it is a story you will never forget.
Hamilton Wright Mabie, et al.
If you miss the classic fairy tales and wish to share them with your children, this book is for you. A few of the stories found in this book include The Light Princess, The Princess and the Pea, Jack the Giant Killer, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Puss in Boots. They’re all classics in their own right, but they are now narrated by someone who knows how to relate to children, providing a fun and educational way for kids to listen to these stories.
Let your children renew their interest in fairy tales with this innovative and fun book that appeals to kids of all ages.
Linda Williams, et al.
An unforgettable book, this story allows listeners to follow along with a woman who is being followed by a pumpkin head and some lively pants, shoes, and shirt. She is absolutely fearless and has to use that talent to get out of the predicament she’s in. Folk art illustrations and a narrator with a lively and upbeat voice combine to make this audiobook one your child will never forget.
If you’re looking for a unique audiobook that your child will want to listen to time and time again, look no further because this is it.
Karma Wilson, et al.
Bear decides to thank his friends for being there for him by asking them all to a potluck dinner. However, as his friends start arriving one by one, each with a dish of delicious food for the group to enjoy, he realizes he has nothing to give them in return. With his cupboards bare, Bear has to decide how to get out of the situation so that everything can turn out great in the end.
This is a cute, fun story that your children can likely relate to, and it helps them realize that we all have to get out of a tight spot sometimes.
Lincoln Peirce, et al.
A New York Times bestselling series, these books introduce young children to Big Nate, whose adventures always include something unique and interesting. Listen along as Big Nate insults his least favorite teacher then waits for the results, works on a class project with his sworn enemy, and competes in a snow sculpture competition at his school.
Kids of all ages will be able to relate to Big Nate and his mischievous ways, and they’ll look forward to seeing how each story ends.
Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin, et al.
The perfect book for getting kids to relax enough to fall asleep, it tells the story of an elephant named Ellen, who goes on a magical journey through a forest that leads to the perfect sleep. Along the way, she meets a number of lively characters and has calming experiences that will help your child calm down enough to fall asleep.
If you need a good nighttime routine for your child, this is the perfect book to get. Read in a soothing voice, it is very effective at getting your youngsters to sleep before you know it.
Eric Carle, et al.
This is the story of a caterpillar who cannot stop eating, until finally he surrounds himself with a cocoon and rests for a few months, only to discover that he’s an amazing-looking butterfly once he leaves the cocoon. This is an all-time classic favorite that has been sold to children all over the world, yet it still has the capability to delight and amaze children every time they listen to it.
Listening to this audiobook will help you realize why the book is sold to someone in the world every 30 seconds!
Not everyone knows that dragons love tacos, but they do! The only problem with this is that dragons do not like salsa, so it can be a challenge to offer these two foods together. Join one particular dragon as he eats tacos of all types and sizes with a special group of friends. After all, what could be better than the perfect snack and the perfect friends?
Follow the cute story of one of all kids’ favorite animals and an even more popular food item, and if this doesn’t make you crave tacos and dragons, nothing will!
Erica Silverman, et al.
When a witch decides to harvest a pumpkin she grew all by herself, she finds it is much bigger than she thought it would be. Halloween is only hours away, so the witch has to rely on friends to help her dig up the pumpkin in time to bake the best pumpkin pie in the land. A funny, innovative take on a very popular holiday, with lovable characters and an upbeat ending.
If you love Halloween, pumpkin pie, or funny stories, Big Pumpkin is one book you’ll never forget. Great for kids of all ages!
Denise Fleming, et al.
Perfect for preschoolers, this book follows the seasons and describes in detail what is special and important about each one. Told with cute frogs as the main characters, the book is also the perfect teaching tool for educators of small children. When the season changes, your preschoolers will look forward to hearing about the next one, and the book is a great tool for explaining the characteristics of each of the four seasons.
This audiobook is cute, innovative, and even includes some lesser-known pond critters for kids to learn about and enjoy.