Books with Homonyms
and Homophones

Homonyms and homophones are super fun to teach because of the funny scenarios that can be created by combining them into one wacky situation or the comic misunderstandings that can take place when some accidentally conjures up the wrong homonym.

The picture books below do exactly that and will have your students laughing out loud at the utter silliness. If you are teaching homonyms and homophones, read them a few of these picture books and they will definitely (1) get the concept, (2) have fun with it, and (3) be itching to create and share their own funny word play riddles!

Best Books About Homonyms and Homophones

Dear Deer
A Book of Homophones
by Gene Barretta
Kindergarten - 3rd grade

If You Were a Homonym
or a Homophone

by Nancy Loewen
1st grade - 3rd grade

Did You Say Pears?
by Arlene Alda
Kindergarten - 3rd grade

See the Yak Yak 
(Step into Reading series)
by Charles Ghinga
1st grade - 3rd grade

A Chocolate Moose
for Dinner

by Fred Gwynne
1st grade - 4th grade

The King Who

by Fred Gwynne
1st grade - 4th grade

How Much Can a
Bare Bear Bear?
What Are Homonyms
and Homophones
2nd grade - 4th grade

Eight Ate: A Feast of
Homonym Riddles

by Marvin Terban
3rd grade - 5th grade

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