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.
Our favorite community helper books for kids
- Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day?
- Trashy Town
- Road Builders
- How Many Trucks Can a Tow Truck Tow?
- Big Frank’s Fire Truck
- Officer Buckle & Gloria
- The Jolly Postman
- Pig Pig Gets a Job
- Doctor De Soto
- Curious George Goes to the Hospital
- The Paperboy
- Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten
- That Book Woman
- The Library
- Animal Helpers: Wildlife Rehabilitators
- Animal Helpers: Aquariums
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