Best Preschool Books About Kites

Kites are a popular topic for preschool books because they are colorful, exciting, and have the potential to fly high in the sky. Kids are fascinated by the idea of something that they can make themselves and then watch it soar. Here are some of the best preschool books about kites:

The Kite That Bridged Two Nations by Elizabeth Bunce – This book tells the true story of how two boys from different countries used their kite-flying skills to make a connection and eventually help bring their families together.

The Berenstain Bears and the Kite by Stan and Jan Berenstain – In this classic Berenstain Bears book, Brother and Sister Bear go on a windy day to fly their kite. But when the kite gets stuck in a tree, they have to work together to get it down.

Kite Day: A Bear and Mole Story by Will Hillenbrand – Bear and Mole are excited to go fly their kite on Kite Day. But when the wind doesn’t cooperate, they have to get creative to get their kite in the air.

How to Make a Kite by Max Grover – This book takes kids step-by-step through the process of making their own kite. With clear instructions and illustrations, kids will be ready to make their kite and fly it high.

The Best Thing about a Kite by Elisabeth Dahl – This rhyming book celebrates all the things that make kites so much fun. From the way they dance in the sky to the way they make you feel when you’re flying one, kites are definitely the best.