Best Children’s Books About Doughnuts

What’s not to love about doughnuts? They’re sweet, they’re fried, and they’re often covered in delicious frosting or sprinkles. It’s no wonder that these sugary treats have been the subject of many children’s books over the years. Here are some of the best children’s books about doughnuts.

Donuthead by Sue Stauffacher: This is the story of a boy named Frankie who is obsessed with doughnuts. He loves them so much that he even has a doughnut-shaped head. When he starts school, he’s teased by the other kids and called “Donuthead.” But Frankie doesn’t let that stop him from enjoying his favorite food.

The Doughnut Chef by Bob Staake: This is the story of a young boy who dreams of becoming a doughnut chef. He starts out by making doughnuts for his family and friends, and eventually opens his own doughnut shop. He even comes up with some unique flavor combinations, like peanut butter and jelly doughnuts.

The Donut Princess by Rachel Cohn: This is a modern-day fairy tale about a girl named Daisy who is given the title of “Donut Princess” after she saves a doughnut shop from going out of business. Daisy is a doughnut-loving princess who wears doughnut-shaped jewelry and eats doughnuts for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Doughnuts for Sam by Monica Wellington: In this book, a boy named Sam is disappointed when he doesn’t get a doughnut for breakfast. But his mother surprises him by making homemade doughnuts for him instead. Sam is so excited that he decides to share his doughnuts with the whole neighborhood.

The Great Doughnut Parade by Barbara Ann Porte: This is the story of a parade in New York City that celebrates doughnuts. The parade features giant doughnuts, marching bands, and even a doughnut-eating contest. It’s a fun book that will make you crave doughnuts.

So if you’re looking for a sweet book to read, pick up one of these doughnut-themed children’s books. You’re sure to enjoy them!

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