What to Read Wednesday: Community Helper Books for Kids

The Best  Community Helper Books for Kids

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Teaching kids about community helpers is fun with these picture books that feature a variety of occupations that make up your neighborhood. These cute books are wonderful conversation starters, and may inspire you to plan a field trip to some of these places in your community.

Happy reading!







Ideas for community helper books for kids, teaching, early learning

Our favorite community helper books for kids

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How to Create a Novel Brochure Book Report from Lit Mama Homeschool

 

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Comments (2)

  1. Linda S

    Richard Scarry and Curious George have been favorites at our house for many years. Community Helpers is a great topic – it would be like a treasure hunt searching the library for these books. Thanks for the recommendations!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Richard Scarry books were even some of my favorites as a child!

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