Inside: 17 Father’s Day-Themed Read Aloud Picture Books in Spanish for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and all beginner Spanish learners. These books are perfect for the classroom, at home or as gifts from child to dad.
Are you looking for an excellent gift for your child to give to the fathers in their life this Father’s Day?
Or, maybe you want to teach your child a little bit more about family relationships in Spanish and the importance of their father.
Well, if so, there is nothing better than a great picture book that will tell papá just how much your child loves him or teach your child about all that papá does!
That’s why today, I am bringing you this list of 17 Father’s Day-themed picture books in Spanish for children of all ages. They are great read-aloud books for toddlers or preschoolers and beginner books for new readers and Spanish learners!
And, if you want to go above and beyond this Father’s Day, you can go print off your FREE Father’s Day printable activities in Spanish for kids, have them fill out the pages, fold them, and place them inside the books as well!
These activities, plus the Father’s Day-themed picture books in Spanish, will serve as an educational opportunity for your child. Your child will build their Spanish vocabulary and learn more about their pap´á as well. And papá will be so happy to see the effort their child has put into them this Father’s Day!
Enjoy, and let me know in the comments below, which book you think your child will love most!
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A list of Father’s Day Books in Spanish for Kids
By: Leslie Patricelli
Papi is the perfect read-aloud board book for your baby or toddler. It features the well-known, one-haired baby, who spills all of the details about all of the fun-filled things papi does!
By: Giles Andreae
This is a great book for toddlers, preschoolers, and beginner Spanish learners. It has big illustrations with short sentences that describe the beautiful relationship between father and child.
By: Cristina Peregrina Ruiz
In this cute tale, follow two animals, one big and one small, with a beautiful connection of father and child. Witness their relationship and daily routines through 48 fun-filled pages.
By: Luciano Navarro Powell
This is the perfect gift from a child to their father. Learn about all the fun things papá does with his kiddos!
5. P de Papá
by: Isabel Martins
Similar to La semillita, in Como crece una semilla, your child will learn the secrets and science behind how a seed grows.
By: Valentí Gubianas
Learn how Papi makes this little child’s world different by all that he does. This book is another ideal gift from a child to her father.
By: Ilan Brenman
A cute story about two sisters who fight over their dad. This is the perfect story for siblings this Father’s Day.
By: Georgina Lazaro Leon
This is a loving tale about the relationship between a father and a child. Learn the different reasons why everyone has el mejor paá del mundo!
By: Leslie Olmo
A cute story about a brother and sister that discover that their father is “grandioso, valiente y tienes buenas calidades!”
By: Isabel Quintero
This is the beautiful story of an immigrant girl and the love she has for her father.
11. Mi papá
By: Anthony Browne
This is the ideal Father’s Day book with its beautiful illustrations and its simple, beautiful story. Learn about dad’s best qualities.
By: Melanie Elliott
Berta has a new friend in her class that has two papás. She is so excited and curious to visit her new friend’s house!
By: Eric Carle
A story about a father who will move heaven and earth for his daughter, Monica.
By: Magela Ronda
A cute story about a father who works a lot and sometimes he’s in a bad mood. Even though he doesn’t always have time to play, he always hides hugs, kisses and sweets in his children’s pockets!
15 . Cómo te quiero papá
By: Carmina del Rio Grave
Another excellent gift for a father. Read along as these kids thank their Father for all that he does!
By: Myriam Sayalero
A beautiful story that shows that daddies aren’t always perfect, but they are always genial!
By: Lawrence Schimel
A sweet story about a little girl who counts the days since she last saw her papá, who one year, eight months and 22 days emigrated to another country to work. Her papá tells her he will soon return.