Predictable Pattern Books – Part 2

This is a continuation of the list of pattern books that I began in yesterday’s blog. Children will enjoy listening to these books and will begin to recognize the pattern in the text.

26.  Lizard’s Song                                                    George Shannon

27.  The Magic Fish                                                 Freya Littledale

28.  May I Bring A Friend                                       Beatrice de Regniers

29.  Monday I Was An Alligator                         Susan Pearson

30.  Monday, Monday, I like Monday             Bill Martin, Jr.

31.  My Five Senses                                                   Aliki

32.  My Days Are Made Of Butterflies               Bill Martin, Jr.

33.  Pierre                                                                     Maurice Sendak

34.  Play With Me                                                    Mary Hall Ets

35.  Rain Makes Applesauce                              Julian Scheer

36.  The Runaway Bunny                                     Margaret Wise Brown

37.  “Sound Of” Books                                            Bill Martin, Jr.

38.  Spring Is A New Beginning                           Joan Walsh Aglund

39.  Serendipity Books                                           Stephen Cosgrove

40.  The Tallypo                                                       Joanna Galdone

41.  The Teeny Tiny Woman                                 Seuling

42.  The Three Bears                                               Paul Galdone

43.  Treeful Of Pigs                                                  Anita Lobel

44.  The Turning Of The Year                               Bill Martin, Jr.

45.  The Very Hungry Caterpillar                        Eric Carle

46.  What Do You Do, Dear?                                 Sesyle Josllin

47.  What Do You Do With a Kangaroo            Mercer Mayer

48.  What Good Luck, What Bad Luck               Remy Charlip

49.  Where In The World Is Henry?                   Lorna Balian

50.  Whose Mouse Are You?                               Robert Kraus

51.  Would You Rather?                                       John Burningham

The Monroe County Public Library in Indiana has compiled a very detailed list of includes 8 types of predictable books, including pattern books:

http://www.monroe.lib.in.us/childrens/predict.html

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