1. If they love Sofia the First, you should read them Princess in Training by Tammi Sauer and Joe Berger.
Here are two more princess-themed stories you don't need a magic amulet to enjoy: Princess Hyacinth: The Surprising Tale of a Girl Who Floated or the hilarious Twenty-Six Princesses: An Alphabet Story.
2. If they love Jake and the Neverland Pirates, you should read them Pirateria: The Wonderful Plunderful Pirate Emporium by Calef Brown.
4. If they love Mike the Knight, you should read them Over at the Castle by Boni Ashburn and Kelly Murphy.
5. If they love Doc McStuffins, you should read them Cheer Up Your Teddy Bear, Emily Brown! by Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton.
Emily Brown is almost as skilled as Doc when it comes to helping toys.
For another example of friendship between a girl and her stuffed animals, check out Monkey and Me by Emily Gravett.
If you have a daughter who loves applying bandaids and making casts, you could read her Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors?: The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell by Tanya Lee Stone and Marjorie Priceman.
6. If they love Henry Hugglemonster, you should read them Romping Monsters, Stomping Monsters by Jane Yolen and Kelly Murphy.
Check out Elecopter by Michael Slack for more vehicular jungle hijinks.
8. If they love Ni Hao, Kai-Lan, you should read them Orange Peel's Pocket by Rose A. Lewis and Grace Zong.
11. If they love Blues Clues, you should read them Murilla Gorilla: Jungle Detective by Jennifer Lloyd and Jacqui Lee.
Want some more fun retellings of classic fairy tales or nursery rhymes? We've got you covered: try Goldilocks and Just One Bear and Other Goose: Re-Nurseried and Re-Rhymed Children's Classics.
14. If they love Go, Diego, Go!, you should read them If an Armadillo Went to a Restaurant by Ellen Fischer and Laura Wood.
15. If they love Wallykazam, you should read them Take Away the A by Michaël Escoffier and Kris Di Giacomo.
Of course you should also buy copies of the books the show is based on: Olivia, Olivia and the Missing Toy, Olivia Saves the Circus, Olivia Helps with Christmas, Olivia Forms a Band, Olivia and the Fairy Princesses, and Olivia Goes to Venice (all by Ian Falconer).
17. If they love Gaspard and Lisa, you should read them Henri's Walk to Paris by Leonore Klein and Saul Bass.
18. If they love Sid the Science Kid, you should read them Pirate, Viking & Scientist by Jared Chapman.
19. If they love The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, you should read them Lifetime: The Amazing Numbers in Animal Lives by Lola M. Schaefer and Christopher Silas Neal.
I don't think that there are any actual Thinga-ma-jiggers on the market, but Rainbows Never End and Other Fun Facts by Laura Lyn DiSiena, Hannah Eliot, and Pete Oswald is definitely available for purchase. Soon you'll know a lot about "that" (just like the Cat).
(It goes without saying that you should add the original The Cat in the Hat books to your family's library - you need your Dr. Seuss.)
Another option for any kid who dreams of being enrolled in Manny's School for Tools: Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts.
21. If they love Sheriff Callie's Wild West, you should read them Kid Sheriff and the Terrible Toads by Bob Shea and Lane Smith.
Yippee-i-oh-ki-ay! There's even more western fun to be had with A Night on the Range by Aaron Frisch and Chris Sheban.
24. If they love Dora the Explorer, you should read them Green Is a Chile Pepper: A Book of Colors by Roseanne Greenfield Thong and John Para.
For another dose of bilingual (Spanish/English) adorableness, try Rubia and the Three Osos by Susan Middleton Elya and Melissa Sweet.
25. If they love Peg + Cat, you should read them 365 Penguins by Jean-Luc Fromental and Joëlle Jolivet.
Fun books involving math + your kid = a great bedtime story session.
Check out - Minnie's Diner: A Multiplying Menu by Dayle Ann Dodds and John Manders, Double the Ducks by Stuart J. Murphy and Valeria Petrone, and the book Peg + Cat is based on: The Chicken Problem by Jennifer Oxley and Billy Aronson.
27. If they love The Octonauts, you should read them The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques Cousteau by Dan Yaccarino.
Like Steve Zissou, the Octonauts were obviously inspired by Jacques Cousteau.
For more under the sea adventuring, look for: The Bear's Sea Escape and Matthias Picard's Jim Curious: A Voyage to the Heart of the Sea in 3-D.
28. If they love Franklin and Friends, you should read them Bear's Big Bottom by Steve Smallman and Emma Yarlett.
Looking for some more anthropomorphism fun in the forest? Yeah you are. Take a gander at the classic books about Frances the badger by Russell and Lillian Hoban.
29. If they love Peppa Pig, you should read them Baking Day at Grandma's by Anika and Christopher Denise.
Just like these bears, Peppa loves spending time with her grandparents.
If you're looking for a book with a curly tailed protagonist, check out the Poppleton series by Cynthia Rylant and Mark Teague.
If your son or daughter enjoys watching the dogs of PAW Patrol save the day, he or she would definitely love to listen to you read The Rescuers by Margery Sharp. It's the book the classic Disney film is based on and it's funny *and* exciting.
31. If they love Sesame Street, you should read them Count on the Subway by Paul DuBois Jacobs, Jennifer Swender, and Dan Yaccarino.
There are a million reasons why Sesame Street is awesome, but one of them just so happens to be that it takes place in the city: there aren't a ton of shows for kids that take place outside of the suburbs. Count On The Subway is a charming city-set book, and so is Tap Tap Boom Boom by Elizabeth Bluemle and G. Brian Karas.
If you have a fairy-in-training like Abby Cadabby on your hands, you may want to purchase Alice the Fairy by David Shannon.
33. If they love Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, you should read them Bad Bye, Good Bye by Deborah Underwood and Jonathan Bean.
Beatrix Potter is the queen of the whole adorable-animals-livin'-their-lives genre, and if your kids love the new Peter Rabbit show you should definitely read them her books... but an animal lover can't survive on Beatrix Potter alone! By no means. Buy this treasury, but supplement it with Houndsley and Catina and Adventures with Barefoot Critters.
35. If they love Special Agent OSO, you should read them Everyone Can Learn To Ride a Bicycle by Chris Raschka.
On his show, Special Agent Oso helps kids learn how to do things with "three special steps" - this sweet book by Chris Raschka is just as merrily instructional.
37. If they love Bubble Guppies, you should read them Sea Monster's First Day by Kate Messner and Andy Rash.
Bubble Guppies is a treat because it allows kids who haven't even started school yet to see what it will be like when they eventually go (minus the whole under the water aspect) - here are some more awesome school-related books: Follow the Line to School, Maisy Goes to Preschool, and B. Bear and Lolly: Off to School.