Top 10 Trying New Things Books

    This Little Trailblazer: A Girl Power Primer
    6.8
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    This Little Trailblazer: A Girl Power Primer
    Written by Joan Holub & illustrated by Daniel Roode
    The Trumpet of the Swan
    6.0
    02
    The Trumpet of the Swan
    Written by E.B. White
    Let's Go, Hugo!
    6.0
    03
    Let's Go, Hugo!
    Written and illustrated by Angela Dominguez
    The Cow Who Climbed a Tree
    5.9
    04
    The Cow Who Climbed a Tree
    Written and illustrated by Gemma Merino
    What Do You Do with a Chance
    5.8
    05
    What Do You Do with a Chance
    Written by Kobi Yamada & illustrated by Mae Besom
    My Brave Year of Firsts
    5.8
    06
    My Brave Year of Firsts
    Written by Jamie Lee Curtis & illustrated by Laura Cornell
    Edmund Unravels
    5.7
    07
    Edmund Unravels
    Written and illustrated by Andrew Kolb
    Dinnertime for Chickies
    5.5
    08
    Dinnertime for Chickies
    Written and illustrated by Janee Trasler
    The Pink Refrigerator
    5.5
    09
    The Pink Refrigerator
    Written and illustrated by Tim Egan
    Shark Nate-O
    5.5
    10
    Shark Nate-O
    Written by Becky Cattie and Tara Luebbe & illustrated by Daniel Duncan

Whenever we have something new at meal time my children give me that look of, "I'm not going to eat that." Often, we will first read Dr. Seuss's famous book, "Green Eggs and Ham." This always puts a little giggle in my boys as they think that perhaps this new food might just be their favorite and something that they want to eat "in a box," and "with a fox." Children's stories seem to have this enabling affect on us in which we think, "I can do that." Suddenly trying your best is a fun challenge and not a chore. We've compiled this list of the best kids books about trying new things. Let's take a look at what this list of books can teach us and our children! If you're looking for new books about trying something new—be it to teach your little one about how to have persistence, making a difference, making it through a change, or overcoming fear—this list of kids books is for you. For the youngest readers, around 0-2 years old, we have board books, which are basically short stories. Picture books are great for all ages, but particularly geared for ages 2-6, which means you can find the perfect preschool theme in one of them. The chapter books on the list are recommended for ages 7-10. Trying new things can be scary, intimidating, exciting, fun, or all of the above! Whether your child is confident in stepping out of their comfort zone to try something new or not, these children's books will inspire and help little ones through the many different adventures or challenges they may come across. Your little one is sure to connect with some of the characters or stories on the list. Also, learn how trying new things can help us discover new talents, have fun, and be proud of ourselves!

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5.5
Lily Wool
5.3
How to Feed Your Parents
5.3
Oakwing
5.0
Appleblossom the Possum
5.0
I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato
5.0
Roller Coaster
5.0
I Really Like Slop!
4.8
The Little Engine That Could
4.6
Bread and Jam for Frances
4.6
Froggy Learns to Swim
4.5
Girls Who Code
Wally Does Not Want a Haircut
5.8
sheep and lambshaircutsfacing fears
Bippity Bop Barbershop
5.5
When Your Llama Needs a Haircut
5.5
King of the Tightrope: When the Great Blondin Ruled Niagara
5.3
Fly Flies
5.1
Too Sticky!: Sensory Issues with Autism
5.0
Lola Dutch When I Grow Up
5.0
Bye-Bye Binky
5.0
The Doll People
5.4
The Thing Lou Couldn't Do
5.3
Green Eggs and Ham
5.3
Sam the Man & The Chicken Plan
5.0
Walk On!
5.0
Bertie Wings It!
4.9
Goodbye Brings Hello: A Book of Firsts
4.8
Train!
4.6
Pouch!
4.5
Peep and Egg: I'm Not Hatching
4.5
Roller Girl
I Heart You
5.8
Sometimes You Fly
5.5
Juno Valentine and the Magical Shoes
5.2
My First Day
5.0