Spring is here! Texas usually only gets to enjoy about two weeks of it before it becomes too hot, but it is thoroughly enjoyed while it is here. There are so many fun and educational spring books. I have reviewed my favorite ones. I hope that you find some new spring books that you will be able to enjoy either at home with our own children or in the classroom.
In this classic, heartwarming tale by Don Freeman, a small boy imagines what it would be like to have his very own rainbow to play with.
Who doesn’t love playing in the rain? Three young children and their dog enjoy Spring activities in this delightful book by Maryann Cocca-Leffler.
The story of the Mallard ducks of Boston. Robert McCloskey’s delightfully humorous and yet heartfelt classic.
A playful springtime tale about many different animals preparing to go to sleep. Perfect for bed time!
A ‘snowy’ springtime surprise for Fletcher, the little fox. Celebrate the delights of Spring with Fletcher and his friends in Julia Rawlinson’s beautiful book.
Is there anything better to do on a windy day than fly a kite? Enjoy Bear and his friend as they design, build, fly…and chase their kite!
Join a young boy and his dog as they plant a garden and anxiously await those first shoots of Spring in Julie Fogliano’s tender story of hope, anticipation, and patience.
Explore the life cycle of a flower through this tiny seed’s story of survival.
From pollen and seeds, to flowers, the youngest of children can learn about the wonderful world of botany in this beautiful book by Ruth Heller.
A wonderful illustration of anticipation and change in the season from Winter to Spring.
Explore the life cycle of a butterfly in this fact-filled and colorful blend of science and art by Lois Ehlhert.
Join a sweet and lovable bunny in Margaret Wise Brown’s classic, as he goes on a journey in the springtime to look for a new place to call home.
I hope that you were able to find some new spring books that you can add to your collection. Enjoy!