Best Books for Kids: Early Childhood Educators Share Their Top Children's Book Picks by Donna John

Best Books for Kids: Early Childhood Educators Share Their Top Children's Book Picks

What do early childhood education teachers read to their students? 30Seconds® contributor Mike Prochaska (and now Bill Ellis!) have been interviewing these amazing people and found out. If you're an ECE teacher and have a book to add to the list, please tell us in the comments section. Be sure to read all the amazing interviews in our Early Childhood Education category.

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Meredith Schneider
Love this! These would be great for my 6yr old.
Donna John
Awesome list! Great to know what teachers are reading to our kids. More coming soon, too!
Elisa Schmitz
I love this! I wish I'd had these recos when my kids were little. So wonderful! Donna John Mike Prochaska Bill Ellis
Mike Prochaska
Mine personally is the ghost of sifty sifty sam and laughing with my kids when you see the ghost that mean at the beginning doing the dishes at the end with a belly full of food
Mike Prochaska
Also love nightmare in my closet because now my daughter can read it to me
Mike Prochaska
And where the wild things are!! Because my kindergarten son almost read the enltre book to me
Ann Marie Patitucci
Great list. Donna John ! I personally love books that have lessons related to social-emotional learning. They're important for kids of all ages, but it's certainly important that our little ones get a strong foundation in social emotional learning.
Abraham Alarcon
Awesome list! Thanks for sharing!

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