11 Best Books About Me Update 05/2022

Books About Me

It took us a long time to find the right All About Me books. If you want to start a new school year off right, start with an All About Me theme. It’s also a great way to remind and encourage young kids to be proud of their unique traits any time of the year. For more great ideas, check out our other lists below or check out our whole list of the best preschool books!

At this age, it’s perfectly normal for young children to talk about their own lives. Young children learn about the world first through their own feelings, talents, and connections with other people. We all have likes and dislikes, talents, and struggles that make us unique in our own way. This is why it’s important for kids to share these things with other kids.

Does your All About Me poster yet? Make a copy of this free printable to use in the classroom or at home!

A good way to help young kids learn to show respect, spread kindness, and be proud of themselves is to start them off with All About Me books. Positive books will also help your preschoolers build good relationships and learn how to talk to each other in positive ways and when to get help when things go wrong.

There is no better time of year for preschoolers to learn more about each other and treat everyone they meet with the same level of care and kindness. If this list of All About Me books for preschool is a good place to start, we’re glad!

Find more All About Me theme ideas here. We’ve got some great ideas for things to do about you.

Make sure to check out our full All About Me lesson plan. They have already been done for you and make planning for preschool very simple for you. They are in both our preschool store and our toddler store.

All About Me Books for Preschoolers

Only One You by Linda Kranz

Only One You by Linda Kranz

Children and adults alike will love this beautiful and very creative book, which is both beautiful and fun. By being who we are, we can make the world a better place. The painted rockfish in the story tell this story. We can make the world better by being who we are. Even though the text is short, it has a lot to say. You can read this All About Me book again and again.

I Like Myself by Karen Beaumont

We always want our kids to like their own unique traits and features, and this book does a great job of celebrating them! If you read this clever and funny book to your preschoolers, they’ll love their beaver breath and crazy hair!

Your Name is a Song by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow

This is a great book for kids who have names that are both fun and interesting. People in this story can’t say the young girl’s name right. When her mother walks them through their city, she tries to show her how beautiful names from all over the world can be. This beautiful and thoughtful book is a great way to show off our culture and the unique name that was chosen for us.

Marvelous Me by Lisa Marie Bullard

This cute story will help you boost your self-esteem and learn more about what makes us unique. How Alex laughs and thinks is different from how his friends do. Isn’t being different bad? Is it great?

All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold

All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold

“A school that shows the world as we’ll make it.” This book is a great example of how to honor each child in their own way. Between the text and the illustrations, this book is truly a work of art. It sends a clear message of love, acceptance, and being unique.

I Like Me! by Nancy Carlson

This confident little pig has a lot of love for herself and all of her great skills. Adorable: It shows the benefits of having fun with your skills and being proud of who you are. To make this book even better, the watercolor art makes it sweet and sassy at the same time.

The Skin You Live In by Michael Tyler

Our favorite things to do are playing outside, chasing butterflies, celebrating birthdays, and so on. It doesn’t matter what kind of skin we have. This book is proof that we are more alike than different. This book is easy to read because it has simple rhymes and pictures that are very big. It’s a real treat to read.

What I Like About Me! A Book About Celebrating Differences by Allia Zobel Nolan

What’s better than being unique? This book is important for both young children and adults. Different people have more fun than the same people. This story is so cute! You’ll meet kids who have glasses, big feet, and braces, too. Each child is in love with their own unique traits and shows us that being different is beautiful.

I Am Enough by Grace Byers

I Am Enough by Grace Byers

One of the best things we can do for preschoolers is to help them see how special they are. Self-love, respect for others, and kindness make us the best friends and people we can be. We should be who we are and spread kindness in this beautiful book. We should also remember that we are enough at every stage of our lives. When you read this book, you’ll want to read it again and again because of the beautiful text and beautiful pictures.

It’s Okay To Be Different by Todd Parr

The message is clear and simple, but it’s so important. It’s OK to be unique. It doesn’t matter if we have a few missing teeth, a different nose, or need help. It’s time to embrace our uniqueness and find happiness in our own bodies and faces! This book is very appealing to young children because it has a simple message and bright pictures. A great book for kids who are young.

We’re All Wonders by R.J. Palacio

This book was written by the best-selling author of the book Wonder. It is a real treat. This book is for kids who are younger. It has a beautiful message because it shows us a person who might look different from the people we’ve met before. We meet Augie Pullman, who says he is “an ordinary boy with a unique face.” This book is all about me, and it talks about how important it is to accept other people for who they are and learn to love all the different parts of ourselves.

If your preschoolers like these All About Me books, we hope they will like them too! There are lots of other good books you can read, so check out our free printable! You can always think of something else. Just fill out the form below to get the list!

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