Best Books for 5 Year Old Boys – Age 5
Early readers for boys are important and here are some of the best books for 5 year old boys.
As a mom with an overactive son who hates to sit still, these are some of the books that he will sit and read with me.
The best books for 5 year old boys are books that follow the interests of boys that age, books about dinosaurs, trucks, super heroes and dogs are all very hot topics at age 5.
Here are some of the top sellers for boys age five:
Super Hero Books for 5 Year Old Boys
My 5 year old son is obsessed with Super Heroes! Is yours? If so, that’s the best subject to buy him to read because really, at this age, we just want to get them reading anything. An interest in reading starts when you’re interested in the book topic (same thing for adults). There isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t have a Super Hero conversation with my 5 year old, buying him books about the topic only makes him more interested in reading at a young age.
Cool Early Reader Books for Boys Age Five
These are some of our favorite early reading books for a 5 year old. No matter where your child is in their reading, you can still buy them these books and read them to him until he’s able to actually grasp it himself. These are some of the best early readers for the Pre-K and Kindergarten level readers.
Ready for Takeoff! (LEGO City, Scholastic Reader, Level 1)DK Readers L1: Star Wars: Who Saved the Galaxy?DK Readers L1: All About BatsDK Readers L1: Jungle AnimalsBig Shark, Little Shark (Step into Reading)Drop It, Rocket! (Step Into Reading, Step 1)Dancing Dinos Go to School (Step into Reading)I Like Bugs (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1)Race Team (Disney/Pixar Cars) (Step into Reading)
Best Books for 5 Year Old Boys (Buy Them Books They’re Interested In)
It’s sad that more schools are forcing children to read teacher chosen topics than allowing them to actually choose what interests them. I believe thats why we have seen a huge decline in early reading in our children – we’re boring them with books we think they should read, rather than allowing their interests to guide them.