Music books come in all shapes and sizes, from books for children who are written at the rhyme to the music books of children who aim to be educational. Inspire not only a love for reading, but also by music with this collection of essential books for your children.

1 Let’s look for a bearse by Michael Rosen

This story has many words of onomatopoeia, those that sound like the word, for example. ‘Squelch’, as well as alliteration, which makes it the perfect tale to sing together.

2 night noises by MEM FOX

The preschoolers will love to join with the noises of ‘night’ in this book: Crujir, crack, Snick Snack are just a few. This story will help young children to understand the rhythm that can be found even in stories books.

3 The Story Orchestra: The Sleeping Beauty of Jessica Courtney Tickle and Katy Flint

Turn small ears to classical music with this beautiful edition. This children’s book has a classic count count with a button on each page to listen to a short part of the Tchaikovsky ballet score.

4 Shock, Bang, Boom by Peter Spier

Everything makes a noise and this charming book brings together sounds like those who listen to in the kitchen or at school. Each illustration, from a tuba to a piece of paper that is being torn, is followed by the noise it makes.

5 The story of Rock by Caterpillar Books

This book warns that your small child can explode at an air guitar session at any time. From Bob Dylan to Los Ramones and Beatles to Tina Turner, all large ones are covered with this reading for young children.

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6 Squeak! Rumble! PANEL! PANEL! PANEL! by Wynton Marsalis

In a similar vein to crash, Bang, Boom This fun book takes a sound trip through a city, from rumbling Tornitor to truck trucks. The focus is on jazz and young readers will be raring to join.

7 noisy orchestra by SAM TAPLIN

Children will not only see the instruments in the image, but they will also listen to them. This book presents the sound of each section of an orchestra on a button of a button.

8 Babie Bowie runs press press

Bold and bright illustrations are combined with short and simple adjectives: Spikey’s hair, so children can have fun learning new vocabulary, although words focus around David Bowie. Surely it makes a change from the habitual board of the board!

9 or is it for the old school by James Tyler

If Hip Hop is more his style, then this smart takes on traditional A-Z books is an excellent way to introduce the iconic words and phrases used.

10 m is for melody by Kathy-Jo Wargin

This A-Z focuses on all musical things, including hymns, Ragtime and Yodelling. Young children can use it to learn their a, b, cs, while older children will enjoy learning about music.

11 never reproduces music right next to the John Lithgow Zoo

This charming story tells the story of a group of zoo animals that assault the stage and make their own concert. The lively rhyme of fuzzes with fun and illustrations are great. Beware of the photo of a hippopotamus touching the tuba!

12 My first orchestra book by GeneVieve Helsby

As children’s books go, this is an excellent one to present them to the orchestra, and all guided by a small Troll called Tormod. It is aimed at older children (4+), but the images of colors and a CD that accompany him to capture the imaginations of smaller children as well.

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13 because by Mo Willems

He teaches his son that music has the power to change us, inspiring other people. This beautiful story is one that children of all ages will love and a firm favorite when it comes to music books.

14 I know a shy companion who swallowed a cello from Barbara Garriel

A fun spin in the tale of the elder who swallowed a fly, this charming story presents a man who swallows a cello, among other musical instruments. This book is one that will reach again and again.

15 This jazz man by Karen Ehrhardt

The best books for children take advantage of their knowledge, so the little ones will love this shot in this elderly. This version covers Jazz Greats using text with rhythm so that it is nice to read. In addition, children can practice their counting skills.

16 I see a song by Eric Carle

Images do not come much prettier than this, with a violinist and the colors that dance around him while playing. This is the perfect book inspired by music for the tots, since there are no words, just space for the imagination and the song.

17 My first music book: Charlotte musical instruments AMELING

An image book for young musicians, that is ideal for young children to play. It covers different musical genres, as well as piano sounds, Saxi, battery, recorder and more. Undoubtedly, you will get them for a dance.

18 Zin! Zin! Zin! A violin from Lloyd Moss

Reinforce counting skills and love for music with this history of an orchestra that is being built. The great rhymes and illustrations that flow make this an option to choose music books.

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19 Listen to music from all over the world by Marion Billet

This image book does what he says in the tin. The buttons in each propagation allow small children to listen to the bagpipes, the Bongos, the harmonics and more.

20 Poppy and Mozart by Magali Le Huche

A fun time is waiting with an adventure with dog poppy. Join the poppy while heading at a musical festival and listens to Mozart’s sounds with the sound buttons on each page.

21 My first keyboard book by Sam Taplin

Music books should be fun and with this version, children will be those who make music! A built-in keyboard and color coordinated keys mean that children grow, can learn to play songs.