Are you headed to the beach? Do you have a long drive ahead of you? In addition to some fun road trip printables for kids, you can stock their Kindles with some of these good beach books for kids! No Kindle? Pretty much all tablets and smart phones have a free app for Amazon that allows you to read their books! Or, just take this list with you to your library and pick out some! Easy peasy!
Good Beach Books for Kids:
In this easy reader, kids will have fun seeing photographs and reading about the fish that live in the ocean, sand castles on the beach, and birds in the sky.
Anne and Harlow Rockwell capture the joy of a child’s day at the beach in clear, vivid images as they explore the world of the seashore through the eyes of the very young.
The kids book features full-color photographic illustrations of the beach and items commonly found at the seashore. Babies and toddlers will love flipping through the simple and colorful photos while older children can plan their next day at the beach.
In this charming picture book, a cheerful family tumbles out of the car and onto the beach, ready for a perfect day. Buoyant verse just right for reading aloud and bright, playful illustrations capture the singular feeling of a hazy, lazy day by the ocean, complete with a ball game with new friends, water-skiers and sailboats, and a picnic lunch of fried chicken and deviled eggs.
In Pete the Cat: Pete at the Beach, Pete is spending the day at the seashore. He has fun collecting shells and building a sand castle. But the beach is very hot. There is a whole ocean for Pete to cool off in, but it looks scary. Pete’s brother, Bob, offers to teach Pete to surf. Will that be enough to help Pete get over his fear of the water?
A little girl and her family take a trip to the beach for some fun in the sun. They play in the waves, build a sand castle, search for shells, and more. Grab your sunscreen, and let’s head to the beach!
One hot summer day, George and the man with the yellow hat go to the beach. What fun George has at the beach! What fun he has feeding the seagulls! It’s fun, that is, until they fly away with something valuable and George must find a clever way to save the day.
Nancy and Timmy hop out of their beds one summer morning and help pack their swimsuits and lunch. And then it’s off to the seashore! In a charming rhyme, this Little Golden Book from 1951 (then titled A Day at the Beach) describes what preschoolers will find there: “You can catch little crabs—if you’re quick! You can draw great big pictures right on the beach with a piece of a shell or a stick.” Oh, what fun!
The must-have junior novel based on the awesome Disney Channel Original Movie ‘Teen Beach Movie’! When teen surfers Brady and McKenzie are magically transported into a 1960”s beach movie-inspired universe, they must try to blend in until they can find their way out. Will they make it back home? This exciting junior novel features photos from the film and an interview with star, Ross Lynch!
I am sure your kids will have fun with these books!