Humor is the universal language of bonding! Make memories with your 0-4 years olds reading these hilarious books and laughing all the way. The short and funny stories make for a great read-aloud during bedtime or in the classroom. Laugh-out-loud with your child reading these funny books for babies, toddlers, preschoolers.
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25 Funny Books For Toddlers & Preschoolers
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Toddlers & Babies
A dragon is hatching from an egg. The book forbids kids to turn the pages. Curious children can not wait to do the opposite! Watch your child squeal with laughter throughout.
Ages: 1 – 4 years | Interactive & Fun board book
The central character Grover reasons with readers not to turn the pages, because there is a monster at the end. The reasoning Grover provides throughout the book is super fun and adorable. It piques the interest of the children even more and builds up the suspense. The end message – there is nothing to be afraid of.
Ages: 2 – 4 years | Funny toddler bedtime read-aloud
A taco is trying to convince you to eat something else. What about a pizza? A hamburger maybe? Kids would enjoy the interactive reading with an attached finger puppet.
Ages: 1 – 4 years | Interactive, rhyming board book
The story is simple. Kids are repeatedly requested not to push the button. But they do end up pushing the button anyway. It teaches children about impulse control. The pictures are big and bright.
Ages: 2 – 4 years | Entertaining interactive picture book.
With a creative headline like this, the book is bound to be laugh-out-loud funny. Who wants to lick a Llama and a lion? Be aware, there are hilarious consequences! The pictures are funny with many other animals in them.
Ages: 2 – 5 years | Funny bedtime read for 2 year olds
Read this Story about a garbage truck, that loves to eat trash. Have fun and laugh along with your child, saying the gross words which every kid finds funny. Sharp short sentences make the reading time enjoyable.
Ages: 1 – 4 years | Silly and gross words funny
It is a silly story about two monkey friends. One of them just loves messing around and eating spaghetti.
Ages: 2 – 5 years | Fun rhyming picture book
A witch takes a joyride with one friend in her broom. But ends up making room for several other animals, who help in her search of missing items. The story ends with all animals working together to save the witch from a dragon.
Ages: 2 – 4 years | Laugh out loud read aloud
Hiccups are so much fun! Good tongue twisters with made-up words and bright illustrations make it a fun read.
Ages: 2 – 5 years | Silly story with catchy rhymes
A book called ‘Book’ wants a nose. Read the hilarious story to see how it finds one. What happens to the nose! There are very few words.
Ages: 1 – 5 years | gross, interactive toddler read
Get your kids into a dental hygiene routine with this adorable story. Get introduced to Sugar bugs, the silly green monsters. They can not stay in clean mouths. Also included are fun activities and charts.
Ages: 2 – 5 years | Humorous education book
Do you want to race a reindeer? Read the cheatings a reindeer resorts to for winning – starting with misguiding the way. But in the end, doing right wins. A hilarious read with a good moral.
Ages: 2 – 5 years | Hilarious rhyming read with moral
Find out from a goblin why unicorns suck. But then the story takes a funny twist with new unicorn neighbors. Kids will learn to value differences.
Ages: 4 – 8 years | Funny, imaginative preschool book
A poor little ghost lost her scary ‘Booo’. Now she is on a hunt to find it. The storyline is adorable and not spooky. Children will learn different animal sounds. The pictures are bright and the text rhymes.
Ages: 4 – 8 years | Halloween read aloud
Go on a tour of Farmer Brown’s farmland where cows type. And now they started leaving hin notes! And then there are other animals too. A perfect book for reluctant 3-4 year-olds.
Ages: 1 – 4 years | Quirky, hilarious rhyming read
Leprechauns are uncatchable prank monsters. However, kids still love to set the trap for Leprechauns. The story is well thought out and written in rhymes. It is a suitable read for St. Patrick’s Day.
Ages: 3 – 6 years | Fun story with colorful pictures
It is a signature Dr. Suess classic read. Have fun with your child as you list the new fun places to enjoy green eggs and ham.
Ages: 2 – 6 years | Humorous and tongue twister read
Pete, the cat- gets a hiccup and does not know what to do. So he seeks help from his friends – Grumpy Toad, Callie, and Bob. However, none can help him. Read to find what happens next.
Ages: 3 – 6 years | Funny preschool read aloud
What happens when kids get a chance to babysit their grandma? Read the goofy antics around the child and grandmother. Many of them are sure to ring a bell for the grandparents and kids. An adorable book celebrating the special bond.
Ages: 2 – 6 years | Humourous book with silly antics
This one is a parent-approved and multiple award-winner preschool workbook. It is filled with 250 pages of puzzles, skills, humor.
Ages: 2 – 5 years | Fun education for preschoolers
Read the timeless message of taking life’s ups and down in a humorous way. Written in trademark Dr. Seuss’s humorous and whimsical style, this book encourages young readers to keep going on. Even in difficult situations.
Ages: 3 – 10 years | Good lesson with humor
It is part of the hilarious HOW-TO Book Series. It gives “important” tips on how to “babysit” a grandpa. The list is out of the world funny. Anything dipped in ketchup for snacks, find lizards on the walk, build a pirate cave, and many more.
Ages: 2 – 6 years | Fun family storytime
This fictional fun book is for the mermaid-loving kids. How do you catch a mermaid? The process is quite elaborate – with mirrors, crowns, pearls.
Ages: 2 – 6 years | Bedtime story for 4 years olds
A monkey finds a camera in the jungle. Unfortunately, the chameleon discovers that photobombing others is too much fun. He does not stop even when asked to. Now all the other animals turn the tables and the chameleon gets the bitter dose of his own medicine.
Ages: 3 – 5 years | Hysterical story with animal characters
P.J. Funnybunny is tired of being a bunny. So it sets out to explore what else it could be – bear, bird, pig, anything else? But there is always something the bunny did not like. A good beginner reader book with a moral.
Ages: 3 – 7 years | Funny preschool storytime read