Check this collection of best toddler & preschool fairy tales books. Read enchanting stories with your 2-4 year-olds and drift into the magic land. The language is simple and the pictures are beautiful. The traditional tales are perfect read-aloud during bedtime or anytime throughout the day. Pick a book of fairy tales as per your child’s interest and maturity label. And get transported to a fun magical land!
16 Magical Fairy Tale Books For Toddlers & Preschoolers
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Lift the Flap Fairy Tales is a popular fairy tale book for toddlers. Lift the flap and find your kid’s favorite fairy characters. Children are encouraged to lift and discover who is hiding underneath. The last fold-out page displays all the favorite fairy-tale characters together. Start the magical rhyming reading journey. (Ages 2-5 years)
Good Night Fairies is a board book is filled with fairies of every shape and size. Read about flower fairies, sea fairies, butterfly fairies, pixies, rainbow fairies, cloud fairies, and more. Let your toddler’s sense of wonder and imagination soar with this enchanting picture book. (Baby-3 years)
Mary Engelbreit’s Nursery and Fairy Tales Collection is a charming collection of 29 tales from all times. It has all the popular fairy tales. The artwork is beautiful with an old-worldly feel. Some of the endings are modified to make them more suitable for today’s children. (Ages 4-8 years)
The Three Little Pigs is the all-time favorite toddlers’ fairytale. The act of building houses and repetitive rhymes keeps children entertained. The font size is large. Illustrations are beautiful and vibrant. Preschoolers can try reading the story on their own. (Age 1-6 years)
Flower Fairies of the Autumn by Cicely Mary Barker is a classic fairytale, first published in the 1920s. It features poems and beautiful illustrations of 20+ flowers and their guardian fairies. Every fairy wears a charming outfit that matches their flower. The beauty of nature is depicted is mesmerizing. A must-have book for kids who love fairies or fairy tales. (Ages 2-5 years)
Classic Fairy Tales is a Chesley Award Winning book by Scott Gustafson. It has a total of 10 detailed stories complemented by beautiful illustrations. The 75 oil paintings included took the artist more than 4 years to create, making this book a visual delight. The story description is quite detailed. Suitable read-aloud for preschoolers and above. (Age 4-8 years)
A First Book of Fairy Tales is a collection of 14 classic fairy tales. Some stories are well-known, while others are lesser-known – such as The Fisherman and his Wife and Diamonds and Toads. The language is simple. This charming illustrated anthology is a good bedtime read. (Ages 4-7 years)
Five-minute Stories: Over 50 Tales and Fables. Read enchanting 5 minutes stories of your preschooler’s favorite fairy tales together. A total number of 50 stories from around the world are included. Aladdin, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, Cinderella, Pinocchio, Puss in Boots, The Three Little Pigs, and more. The language rhymes and illustrations are child-friendly. (Ages 3-6 years)
The Princess and the Pea is a great version of the fun age-old tale. The queen wants to verify if the princess is real. How does she do it? The illustrations are gorgeous and child-friendly. And the text is engaging with large font. The padded book is nice to touch. (Age 3-7 years)
5-Minute Sleepy Time Stories is a collection of magical tales. Hang out with Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, have a sleepover with Tiana and Charlotte! Twelve such stories of their favorite Disney characters make this book a favorite with children. The stories are small, and each one can be finished in 5 minutes. (Age 4-8 years)
The Freckle Fairy is the fifth book from the award-winning series – Best Fairy by Bobbie Hinman. It starts with the concept that freckles are actually fairy kisses, at night when kids are asleep. An adorable concept for children with freckles. The text is rhyming and flows easily. The artwork is beautiful. (Age 3-7 years)