Celebrate the arrival of spring with these seasonal reads! Check out some of these exciting spring books for children of all ages:
The Gardener by Sarah Stewart
A series of letters relating what happens when, after her father loses his job, Lydia Grace goes to live with her Uncle Jim in the city but takes her love for gardening with her.
Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney
As a child Great-aunt Alice Rumphius resolved that when she grew up she would go to faraway places, live by the sea in her old age, and do something to make the world more beautiful–and she does all those things, the last being the most difficult of all.
Seeds of Change by Elaine Pascoe
Describes how seeds are formed, how they grow, what they look like, how they reproduce, and how they make food and provides instructions for related hands-on science projects.
Grandma’s Gloves by Cecil Castellucci
When her grandmother, a devoted gardener, dies, a little girl inherits her gardening gloves and feels closer to her memory.
The Bee Tree by Patricia Polacco
To teach his daughter the value of books, a father leads a growing crowd in search of the tree where the bees keep all their honey.
My Spring Robin by Anne Rockwell
A little girl welcomes spring with a search for the singing robin that made last spring so special.
Hi, Koo!: a year of seasons by Jon Muth
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Join Koo the panda bear with these haikus about the seasons.
Bear Wants More by Karma Wilson
When spring comes, Bear wakes up very hungry and is treated to great food by his friends.
Clementine and the Spring Trip by Sara Pennypacker
Third-grader Clementine’s school field trip to Plimoth Plantation leads to all kind of discoveries, from fourth grade eating rules to the source of the stink on the bus.