Suggested Fantasy and Science-Fiction for Kindergarten


Explore this selection of great sci-fi and fantasy reads. Books are suggested for Kindergarten, but remember that each reader is different and might find something interesting at another level.

Alice the fairy by David Shannon

Alice, who claims to be a Temporary Fairy, still has a lot to learn, such as how to make her clothes put themselves away in the closet.

Boy + Bot by Ame Dyckman

A boy and a robot strike up a friendship despite their differences.

Buttercup goes to the ball by Cicely Mary Barker

In the meadow, the Flower Fairies gather round as Buttercup's friend Poppy announces that she has an idea.

Dragon goes searching for Easter eggs when they go missing from their hiding places.

A dragon finds an abandoned egg and lovingly raises the hatchling as her own, although Little One is very different from the baby dragons, and when disaster strikes it is the small, feathered hatchling that saves the day.

Evermore dragon by Barbara M Joosse

When a girl gets lost playing hide-and-seek with her dragon friend, the beast looks high and low to find her.

A Goofy fairy tale by Bill Scollon

When Goofy's error causes all the stories at the clubhouse to disappear and Professor von Drake says they are in a special gold book in the Land of Fairy Tales, Goofy ends up being sent there alone and must do his best to find it on his own.

King Jack and the dragon by Peter Bently

Jack, Zack, and Caspar build a castle fort, then spend a day fighting dragons and beasts, but at day's end giants carry away first Sir Zack, then Caspar, and King Jack is left to face night creatures alone.

Robot Zot! by Jon Scieszka

On a mission to conquer planet Earth, tiny but fearless Robot Zot and his mechanical sidekick leave a path of destruction as they battle kitchen appliances.

Unicorn wings by Mallory Loehr

A unicorn has a horn that can do magic, but he wishes that he had wings.