All preschoolers can relate to the topic of Bathtime – also check out our Bubbles-themed storytime. For a craft, make a simple stick puppet of a rubber ducky, after singing the popular Sesame Street song Rubber Ducky.
Jarman, Julia. BIG RED TUB. Too many animals want to join Stan and Stella in the bath!
Cowley, Joy. MRS. WISHY WASHY’S FARM. In this rhyming story, the animals run away from the farm because they are tired of the baths from Mrs. Wishy Washy.
Wood, Audrey. KING BIDGOOD’S IN THE BATHTUB. Available in the Big Book format, this story invites participation with its repeated phrases.
Krosoczka, Jarrett. BUBBLE BATH PIRATES. From the author of Punk Farm, mom makes bathtime fun for her too sons by employing pirate lingo.
Cousins, Lucy. MAISY TAKES A BATH. Maisy has visitors who want to join in her bath.
Kay, Julia. GULLIVER SNIP. A boy imagines his bathtub is a sailing ship.
Palatini, Margie. TUB-BOO-BOO. A boy gets his toe stuck in the bathtub, and everyone who tries to help him out gets stuck, too.
Anderson, Peggy. TO THE TUB! Dad has trouble getting Joe to take a bath.
Spinelli, Eileen. BATH TIME. A child puts so many toys in the bath, there is no more room for him!