We all know how difficult it is to make kids do things that are good for them (like eating vegetables, going to bed on time, or leaving the crabby old cat to sleep in peace). With the right persuasion from a favorite storybook, convincing your child to wear their glasses should not be hard at all. Below is a list of children’s books about glasses:

Infant-3
What Can Pinky See, by Lucy Cousins

Ages 3-5
Baby Duck and the Bad Eyeglasses, by Amy Hest
Fancy Nancy: Spectacular Spectacles, by Jane O’Connor
Magenta Gets Glasses! by Deborah Reber
PatchLand Adventures, by Carmen D Swick
Bumposaurus, by Penny McKinlay

Ages 5-8
Dogs Don’t Wear Glasses, by Adrienne Geoghegan
Libby’s New Glasses, by Tricia Tusa
All the Better to See You With, by Margaret Wild
Winnie Flies Again, by Korky Paul and Valerie Thomas
X-Ray Mable and Her Magic Specs, by Claire Fletcher
The Arthur Books, by Marc Brown
Glasses. Who needs ‘Em? by Lane Smith
Luna and the Big Blur, by Shirley Day
Chuckie Visits the Eye Doctor, by Luke David
Princess Peepers, by Pam Calvert
Princess Peepers Picks a Pet, by Pam Calvert
Randy Kazandy, Where are Your Glasses? by Rhonda Fischer
I Wish I Had Glasses Like Rosa, by Kathryn Heling

Ages 8+
The Harry Potter Series, by JK Rowling
Harriet the Spy, by Louise Fitzhugh
The Eyes of Kid Midas, by Neal Shusterman
The Girl with the Silver Eyes, Willo Davis Roberts

Are any of your favorite glasses-related books missing from the list? Email us at pr@readers.com, and we’ll be sure to add it right away!

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