In a school setting, children get an early exposure to history books. Even in day care, nursery school, pre-school or whatever you want to call it, age appropriate history books are read during Presidents week, July 4th, Women’s History Month, Black History Month and many others. Since my daughter is not in one of these settings yet, I have been working on a collection toddler history books to read with her.
Top 5 History Books for Toddlers
With simple text and colorful pictures, discover some amazing women. From Rosa Parks to Jane Austen, this book is one not to miss.
Abe Lincoln is worried. He has to give the Gettysburg Address but he cannot find his hat anywhere! Frederick Douglass is busy writing a book. Clara Barton is busy nursing wounded soldiers. Who will help find Abe Lincoln’s hat?
Sailing, flying, excitement galore! Going where no one has gone before. Little explores have great big adventures. From Amelia Earhart to Jacques Cousteau there is someone to inspire every little one.
Other Books in series
Ben Franklin is sad. No one has time to fly kites with him today. George Washington is busy rallying his troops. Betsy Ross is buy sewing a flag. Can this Founding Father find a friend?
Discover how the U.S. Government works, from how a law is passed to where the president lives.