Top 10 Sharing Books

    What Is Given from the Heart
    6.4
    01
    What Is Given from the Heart
    Written by Patricia C. McKissack & illustrated by April Harrison
    The Snatchabook
    6.3
    02
    The Snatchabook
    Written by Helen Docherty & illustrated by Thomas Docherty
    The Nice Book
    6.1
    03
    The Nice Book
    Written and illustrated by David Ezra Stein
    Bernice Gets Carried Away
    5.9
    04
    Bernice Gets Carried Away
    Written and illustrated by Hannah Harrison
    The Best Birthday Present Ever
    5.5
    05
    The Best Birthday Present Ever
    Written and illustrated by Ben Mantle
    Too Many Carrots
    5.3
    Series
    06
    Too Many Carrots
    Written by Katy Hudson
    The Bear Who Shared
    5.3
    07
    The Bear Who Shared
    Written and illustrated by Catherine Rayner
    A New Chick for Chickies
    5.0
    Series
    08
    A New Chick for Chickies
    Written and illustrated by Janee Trasler
    09
    Gossie
    Written and illustrated by Olivier Dunrea
    I Am the Boss of This Chair
    5.0
    10
    I Am the Boss of This Chair
    Written by Carolyn Crimi & illustrated by Marisa Morea

Let's face it—sharing can be hard. Children's literature is very effective for sharing and teaching important lessons with children, and sharing is no exception. As kids see characters in stories work through situations where sharing is required, they'll be better able to develop this important skill. Here, we've compiled a list of the best kids books about sharing. The children's books on this list cover situations where a variety of sharing is required, whether it's sharing with a sibling, sharing food, or taking turns with a favorite toy. Some of the stories also relate to developing friendship through sharing, showing kindness, and helping others. The list includes three types of children's books: board books, picture books, and chapter books. You can filter the list for each type or view the full list. Board books are great for new babies and toddlers. They have thicker pages that can't be torn and are easier for small hands to turn. Picture books are fun to read aloud with toddlers and elementary age kids. Kids and adults can learn from the messages they contain about sharing. Chapter books are best for elementary and early middle school age kids and can also be fun to read aloud together over a number of reading moments. You can use our table of contents to jump to specific topics about sharing, like sharing and friendship, or enjoy browsing the full list. Let us know what you would add to the list!

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