25 Books Children Must Read: Letter E

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Teaching your preschooler their alphabet is such a fun time. Making learning fun is even better!

Here is a list of 25 books children must read for the letter Ee.

Are there books you and your kids have enjoyed that you would like to add to this list? Leave them in the comments! We are always on the hunt for more ideas!

I have linked to each of them online so you can click though and take a look at the covers, see more about the author and read the books description if they are new titles to you.

Add these books to your library list. Do you do once a week?

Ready for the reading fun to being?

25 Books Children Must Read: Letter E

1. The Magic School Bus Inside the Earth (Magic School Bus)

2. But No Elephants (Once Upon a Time)

3.Edward the Emu

4.Edward’s Overwhelming Overnight (Edward the Unready)

5.The Ear Book 

6.Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z

7.Gregory, the Terrible Eater

8.Eat Healthy, Feel Great

9. Terry Treetop and the lost egg

10. Max’s Easter Surprise (Max and Ruby)

11.Earth Day, Birthday!

12.Green Eggs and Ham

13.The Little Engine That Could (Little Letters Edition)

14. Eggday

15.An Extraordinary Egg

16.First the Egg

17.Elmer’s Special Day 

18. The Eensy Weensy Spider

19. Ella The Elegant Elephant

20. Eloise Throws a Party!

21. Eloise Skates!

22.The Empty Pot (An Owlet Book)

23.Emma & Bo (My Best Friend & Me)

24. Emma (The Simply Small Series)

25.Emma’s Pet

Want more letter Ee activities? I have crafts, printables, snack ideas and more! Let’s make learning fun!

Letter of the Week Activities for Preschoolers (Letter Ee)


  1. There are a lot of fun books on this list. Eating the Alphabet was a favorite for my kids when they were younger. Thank you for sharing this wonderful list of resources!

  2. Whoa! I had no idea there were so many letter E books out there! Thank you for sharing at the Caffeinated Crafters Link Party 🙂

  3. We already have several of these in our home library collection, but I never thought to combine them for “E” learning! Thanks for sharing this at the After School Linky Party!

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