Whether your kids are learning to tie their shoes or reluctant to give up an outgrown pair, this book list is for you. Enjoy reading these shoe tying books.
Shoe Tying Books
Red Lace, Yellow Lace by Mark Casey is an interactive book that allows your child to practice tying shoes with multi-colored laces while reading the story together.
Lucas and His Long Loopy Laces by Krystal Russell addresses the frustration that kids can have when learning to tie their shoes. Follow Lucas and his imagination on a loopy lace adventure.
Learning to Tie Your Shoes Tutorials
Ready to put your reading into action? Try this shoe tying tutorial.
Books About Shoes
So, there really aren’t a lot of books out there about learning to tie your shoes that I would recommend. The market could use some more! However, there are plenty of good reads about shoes in general that your new shoelace tier will enjoy. Here are some of our favorite books about shoes.
We love Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes by Eric Litwin. It has so much rhythm! Pete’s shoes turn different colors when he steps in different things. He always loves the new color. Litwin also has another great book about shoes, Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes.
Shoes by Elizabeth Winthrop was a Reading Rainbow selection from back in the day. It’s a long, silly, and cute list of all the things you can do in shoes. I really like the illustrations and the rhyme.
My Shoes Take Me Where I Want to Go by Marianne Richmond is a fun book that allows your imagination to soar to all the places your shoes can take you.
My Kicks A Sneaker Story! by Susan Verde is about a boy who loves his old shoes and doesn’t want to get rid of them. But once he gets a new pair, he discovers a new pair of kicks aren’t so bad either.
Those Shoes by Maribeth Boelts teaches kids that chasing the fads and name brands isn’t always possible or needed.
You see all sorts of kicks walking down a city street. Come celebrate them all in City Feet by Aixa Pérez-Prado.
Do you have a favorite shoe book to add to the list?