Check out Richmond Public Library's family literacy resources online. There are some great recommendations for books based on grade. There is also an upcoming series of 8 classes for parents and children aged 3 to 5 which promotes early literacy skills alphabet, numbers, stories and play; registration is required.
Early (emergent) literacy skills form the foundation for later reading and writing. ASHA has some great tips for parents of preschoolers. You may be inspired to try some of these evidence-based strategies at home.
Speech-language pathologists play an important role in literacy development. Ask your SLP for more information on supporting literacy at home or talk to an SLP about any concerns that you may have. We're here to help.