Picture books are fun and educational on any given day. However, they can also be an amazing tool for young children to understand a more difficult concept. I have another list of books we love about becoming an older sibling.
I read some of these books on this following list, with my toddler when we were moving across the county last summer. And even now, we read some of these books when he talks about missing his home in California.
Here are some of our favorite books about moving to a new home for toddlers and preschoolers.
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Boomer is confused about his family packing and moving to a new house. But he feels at home once he has his favorite ball with him again.
A boy has to leave his home country and move to a new one. He learns that he is not alone.
A boy goes from disliking everything from their move, to learning to like his new home.
The children don’t want to leave their house. And their house has a special plan in place to make sure they don’t have to leave.
Goodbyes can be difficult, so why not have a good-pie party instead?
The Berenstain Bears move from their cave to their treehouse.
Chester Raccoon learns that it’s okay to be sad to leave his tree. His new tree bring new friends and a new place to call home.
Augustine moves from the South Pole to the North Pole. She has a difficult time at first, but expressing herself through art helps make her more comfortable and she learns to make new friends.
A hermit crab has to leave his shell because he outgrows it. Along the way, he meets new friends that help him make the adjustment.