Bigfoot by Mary Serfozo.
A little boy gains confidence when he wears an old pair
of his dad's shoes. However, what will he do on
the first day of kindergarten?
A young girl spends a fun-filled day at the beach
inventing new uses for her one flip-flop.
Hello Shoes! by
A good book for young children about a boy and his
grandfather searching for his lost shoes.
Sneakers Made? by Henry Horenstein.
A nonfiction book following the steps in a shoe making
I Forgot My
Shoes by Jessica Harper.
A fun rhyming book about a day full of forgetfulness.
If the Shoe
Fits by Alison Jackson.
The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe meets a variety of
characters from other nursery rhymes as she tries to
find a new home.
If the Shoe
Fits by Gary Soto.
A young boy gets a new pair of shoes and learns a lesson
in not caring what others think.
Shoes by Denise Lewis Patrick.
A young girl receives a gift of shoes from her
Shoe Magic by
A short book of poetry all centered around shoes.
Extraordinaire by Steve Light.
A special shoemaker befriends a giant.
This is a simple rhyming book about all different kinds
Shoes by Anne Schrether.
Another simple rhyming book about shoes.
Shirley by Leah Komaiko.
This lady who runs the shoe repair shop knows whose
shoes belong to whom!
Start to Finish by Samuel G. Woods.
A nonfiction book on the making of sneakers.
Your Feet by Vicki Cobb.
A nonfiction book containing chapters on rubber, cloth,
leather, and how sneakers are made. Good for a
Tanya and the
Red Shoes by Patricia Lee Gauch.
A young girl learns the importance of persistence in
learning to dance ballet.
Whose Shoes? by
Anna Grossnickle Hines.
A lift-the-flap book. Good for young children.