Top 6 Best Fantasy Books for 3-year-olds

Be taken on a magical journey to fantastical lands with bizarre beasts and curious characters in these enchanting fantasy books for 3-year-olds. These spellbinding stories are guaranteed to inspire a lifelong love of books in little ones.

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1. Room on the Broom

  • £3.99

Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler

With charming illustrations and dynamic rhyming text, this gorgeous tale will captivate little readers. It stars a witch with a brilliant broomstick, but when she loses her hat, her bow and her wand in a sudden flurry of wind, three small animals are happy to help - and they all want a ride on her broomstick in return! Will there be room? And what will happen when they stumble across a dragon?! This delightful tale is perfect for bedtime.


2. Disney: Magical Story Collection

Disney: Magical Story Collection - 30 Books - Collection - 9781474858984
  • £17.99
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  • Just 60.00p per book

Explore the wonderful world of Disney with this stunning collection. It features timeless Disney classics that have enthralled children for generations, as well as popular modern favourites that kids adore, starring all the best-loved Disney characters. Get lost under the sea with The Little Mermaid, fly on a magic carpet with Aladdin, soar to Neverland with Peter Pan, and so much more!


3. The Minpins

  • £6.39

Roald Dahl

This beautiful story was Roald Dahl's final book, published a few months after his death in November 1990. Little Billy doesn't really believe there are monsters in the wood, but the tiny minpins are real indeed - and so is the red-hot, smoke-belching Gruncher that threatens their miniature world. Children will be captivated by this magical tale.




4. Funnybones

  • £6.29

Janet Ahlberg & Allan Ahlberg

The first book in the Funnybones series introduces the smiley skeletons - a big skeleton, a little skeleton, and a dog skeleton! They live in the dark dark cellar of a dark dark house on a dark dark hill. When they venture out of their cellar one night to find someone to scare, it turns out everyone's in bed! So they entertain themselves by scaring each other and playing with the skeleton animals that live in the zoo. A fantastically spooky story, little ones will love this rib-tickling tale.


5. Jim and the Beanstalk

  • £7.89

Raymond Briggs

In this quirky sequel to the famous story, Jim ventures up the beanstalk to find the giant at the top is now rather old. The giant can't see very well and has lost his appetite - as well as his hair! Jim offers to give him glasses, false teeth and a wig, but will the giant regain his appetite? And if he does, what - or who - will he eat? Children will be engrossed by this exciting take on the classic fairy-tale.


6. The Singing Mermaid

  • £6.69

Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks

When a singing mermaid is tricked into leaving her home and joining the circus by the cruel circus owner, tempted by the glamour and the luxury she is promised, she is locked in a tank and forced to sing for the crowds! Will she ever escape back to the freedom of the sea? Embellished with shimmering glitter throughout, this beautiful rhyming story is guaranteed to enchant little booklovers.