20 Books Children Must Read for the Letter I

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One thing that I like to do when I am working with my preschooler of his letters is to incorporate books that focus on the letter we’re learning. Books that use this letter a lot, or where the main subject focuses on the letter.

Here is an awesome collection of 20 books children must read as they learn the letter Ii. These are just amazing choices in our opinion. Many classics, some newer literature, all fun!

Click on the links below to learn more about the author and each book. These books can be ordered on Amazon, or add them to your list for your next trip to the library.

20 Books Children Must Read: Letter I

  1. I Can Save the Earth!: One Little Monster Learns to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle (Little Green Books)
  2. The Iguana Brothers
  3. Icebergs and Glaciers
  4. I’ll Teach My Dog a Lot of Words (Bright & Early Board Books(TM))
  5. Inch by Inch
  6. Inch by Inch: The Garden Song (Trophy Picture Books)
  7. Inch and Roly and the Sunny Day Scare (Ready-to-Reads)
  8. The Berenstain Bears Inside Outside Upside Down
  9. It’s a Good Thing There Are Insects (Rookie Read-About Science Series)
  10. Bugs Are Insects (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
  11. Insect Detective: Read and Wonder
  12. It Could Still Be a Flower (Rookie Read-About Science)
  13. Yummy Ice Cream: A Book About Sharing (Hello, Friends!)
  14. I Can Go Higher
  15. If There Were Dreams to Sell
  16. I. C. Little’s Alphabet Adventure
  17. The Icky Bug Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta’s Alphabet Books)
  18. I Can! ABC: God Helps Me from A to Z
  19. The Incredible Hulk (Marvel) (Little Golden Book)
  20. The Invincible Iron Man (Marvel: Iron Man) (Little Golden Book)

Want more letter Ii activities to do with your preschooler? We have crafts, printables, snacks and more!

Letter of the Week Activities for Preschoolers (Letter Ii)


  1. These are some fun recommendations. Thank you for the list and links!

  2. Thank you for this great round up of I books. I will definitely be reading some of these to my daughter. thank you again for linking up this past week at the Caffeinated Crafters Link Party. Hope to see you this week.

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