I always LOVED teaching alliteration to my students using these amazing alliteration books. They think they are hilarious and each student is always so engaged. Here are my 12 absolute favorite alliteration books for little learners.
12 Alliteration Books for Little Learners
You’ll never look at the alphabet the same way again after reading this alliterative book that depicts the letters in such absolutely awful ways!
With Dr. Seuss as your guide, learning the alphabet is as easy as A, B, C.
This story of Fosdyke the Fox is chock full of words that begin with the letter F! Super fun to read aloud, and perfect for building vocabulary with young readers.
Bootsie Barker is a bully, and she’s about to learn that being that way is not okay. Children will love to be read this book, waiting to find out what’s going to happen!
This story of a clever caterpillar is perfect for teaching alliteration, and also teaches self love and how to appreciate the differences in others. A great book for young children!
This bestselling classic features a berry-loving boy and an endearing rhyme-spouting bear. This book is sure to be a favorite!
In this alliterative board book, silly monsters and their special talents will have children and parents alike laughing and smiling!
Enjoy this wonderful and whimsical alliterative tale of Wombat, Weasel, and Woodchuck – the worrywarts of the forest.
Dr. Suess loves a good tongue twister, and Fox in Socks is full of them! Challenging for even adults to read out loud, everyone will have fun with this book.
Oliver’s hair is way out of control – and it’s school picture day!! This fun book describes all of the things he tries to tame his unruly hair in a fun alliterative fashion.
This book explains the concept of alliteration to children in ways that they can understand. A perfect learning book for grades K-4.
If you’ve never seen this book, you should check it out immediately! It is an incredibly detailed anthology of animals and more, starting with every letter. Kids and adults will love discovering surprises on every page.
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Don’t forget to check out all of the children’s book lists featured on A Dab of Glue Will Do. Do you have any favorite children’s alliteration books that are not on the list? If so, please share in the comments below.