13 Best Children’S Books About Hats Update 05/2022

Hats are so much fun to wear. They can also be used as dress-up props. At any time, my kids will be seen with a hat on their head.

Last week, my kids made their own hats with the help of one of the books below. People saw their work on Instagram this week. When we went to the library, we found more hat books. I thought I’d show you them. We had a few more books, but these were the best.

Hat by Paul Hoppe

This book by Paul Hoppe is about a boy named Henry who finds a hat while out walking with his mother.

He thinks of all the great things he can do with this new object and asks his mother if he can take it home with him. His mother comes up with a clever way to get him to leave the hat where it is for the person who owns it. You can use this kids’ book about hats as a way to teach kids how to be kind.

I am a Woolly Hat by Salma Koraytem

What is love? Basma only has one question, “What is love?”

She wants to learn about love in this early reader. Whether it’s the shape, color, or taste, she wants to know. She has to find out what it is. Basma asks her mother, but what her mother says doesn’t make sense to her. So she asks her grandparents. That’s when she realizes what love is, and she starts telling everyone in the house what love is. In the end, he thinks that she is a woolly hat. In fact, this isn’t a book for kids. It’s about hats. Children will love this book, because it talks about love.

Shall I Knit You a Hat – A Christmas Yarn by Kate Klise

Children will love this Christmas book about hats. It talks about how much fun it is to give.

A mother rabbit hears on the radio that a blizzard is going to hit their part of the country. Son: I don’t know if my ears will get cold. I’m going to knit him a cap while he’s at school. In the beginning, he is very excited to get this new cap. Then, though, he thinks about the snow storm and his friends. They’ll also need hats. I like the mother rabbit because she makes hats for all of her friends. This isn’t easy, either. They come in all different shapes and sizes. In this story, there is a lot of talk about caring for other people and giving. Most of all, it is about spending time together.

The Magic Hat Shop by Sonja Wimmer

The illustrations in this book are wacky and lovely. In this story, there is a hat shop in the middle of a small town’s main square. The hats in the shop look like they’re magic. Timid First, Tim goes in. When he comes out, he’s changed. He is confident and happy.

Each day, a small group of people from the town go into the store. They leave with a new cap that makes them better people. All of the hats that were in the shop were also blown away. They are afraid that everything will go back to the way it was before. Their true worth and their own magic soon becomes clear to the people of the small town.

Red Hat by Lita Judge

If you like silly picture books, this one is for you. It is about a bear, animals, and a red hat that a bear finds hanging on the clothes line. This almost wordless sequel to Red Sled is sure to be a hit with kids who are still young. Because the animals are so silly, there is now a long red string in place of the hat. The book is full of bright, fun pictures and silly sound effects. Over and over, you can read it.

The Queen’s Hat by Steve Antony

The Queen’s hat is a fun book for kids about not just any hat. It’s about the Queen’s hat. An adorable book with a lot of fun and creative ways to show some of the most important things in London. The Queen’s hat is blown off her head, and the story starts.

You’ll never guess where the hat goes. The ending is so sweet and surprising, and I didn’t expect it at all. You’ll have to go to the library to find out. I can’t spoil all the books on the list. As it turns out, there’s a second book to this one called The Queen’s Handbag. If the reviews are right, I’m going to have to get it from the library and see if it is better than The Queen’s Hat. Have you read either of these? Yes, I have a favorite.

Harold Loves His Woolly Hat by Vern Kousky

But what will happen to Harold now that the crow has taken his woolly hat away from him? Because he’s unique, how will anyone know? It’s hard for Harold to give up on getting his wooly hat back. When the crow doesn’t return the hat that the man wants, the man gives him a lot of things in exchange. It won’t give him back his hat, though.

With his hat in the nest, Harold climbs up the tree. He wants to get it back, so he does it There are three baby crows at the top when he climbs all the way up. That his hat is keeping the baby crows warm makes him think that he is special even when he doesn’t have his hat on. Harold is a good bear. In a sweet and charming way, this book for kids about hats teaches people to be kind and selfless. You can’t help but fall for Harold.

Mr. Brown’s Fantastic Hat by Ayano Imai

It doesn’t look like Mr. Brown has many friends. He tells himself that it’s better that way, but he is lonely until some birds fly into his hat and he meets them.

This picture book for kids about hats talks about friendship and what it means to be a friend.

The Death of the Hat A Brief History of Poetry in 50 Objects selected by Paul B. Janeczko

Isn’t The Death of the Hat even about hats? It is a collection of poems about things that are shown in simple watercolor. For younger kids, this might not be as good because many of the poems are long. In this book, you can find a lot of poems that are a little longer.

Many people enjoy poetry more than others. This is very much like how art works. : Some of my kids like the poems in this book. Other kids don’t like them at all. When you look at this book, you can find poetry that was written at different times. There are poems from the middle ages to the present day in this book. Each poem talks about a different thing.

The Hat by Jan Brett

Our favorite book about hats for kids in the winter is The Hat by Jan Brett. As a child, I used to have a pet hedgehog, which made me very fond of them.

The main character is the one who is the most important. There was one of Lisa’s wool stockings that had blown away from the clothesline. Hedgie the hedgehog finds one of them and it gets stuck in his prickles. Every animal makes fun of his hat until the very end, when Hedgie has the last laugh.

This book is very cute and has a funny story that will make the kids laugh. For people who like to make things with their hands, you may not have known, but Interweave Knits Magazine included the pattern for Lisa’s stocking in their 2016 Holiday edition. You can still find the knitting pattern for the stocking on their website.

Mrs. Honey’s Hat by Pam Adams

This book is a big hit with toddlers and young kids. Mrs. Honey wears a hat with a lot of weird decorations.

By the end of the week, she has a completely different hat. When you read Mrs. Honey’s Hat, you can learn about sequencing and how to remember. Mrs. Honey dolls are so popular that you can buy one that tells stories. They come with hats that you can take off and put on again.

A Hat for Mrs. Goldman: A Story About Knitting and Love by Michelle Edwards

It’s my favorite of all the books about hats that kids read.

There is Mrs. Goldman right next door to Sophia, and she is her neighbor. In the beginning, she made hats for Sophia when she was a little girl. A dinosaur sweater was even made for Fifi by her owner, who even made it for her dog. But Mrs. Goldman doesn’t have a hat, so she gave it to Mrs. Chen, who doesn’t have a hat herself.

Sophia is worried about Mrs. Goldman because it is so cold outside and she is too busy knitting for everyone else to pay attention to Mrs. Goldman, who is sick. Sophia decides that she will make a hat for Mrs. Goldman to keep her warm this winter. However, this isn’t as simple as she wants it to be. Sweet and charming Sophia doesn’t give up on her goal to make a hat for Mrs. Goldman, even though she doesn’t want to. To make you read this book, I won’t give away the whole story. I want you to. Make sure you get it from the library. You won’t be sorry you did!


Making hats is so much fun. Here on the blog, I like to talk about how much I love handmade things. I know that not everyone is as excited about knitting and sewing as I am.

This book is great for people who want to be creative but don’t want to learn a new skill. Is there anything you can’t do with a piece of paper? In this book, the directions are very clear and easy to follow, even for older kids. They also serve as a great starting point for kids who are very creative to come up with their own ideas for new things. This is the book that my kids used to make their own things. I talked about it at the start of this post. It was made by my teenage son for his 2-year-old sister. Their warrior masks turned out great, and they had a lot of fun making them. Fun Friday: These hats would be a great project to do on that day. They could also be used to change things up when your day isn’t going as planned and you need something to keep your sanity in check.

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