Celebrating the Onset of Spring With Children

kidsinspringpreview3March 20th is the official first day of Spring, and many of us are more than ready to enjoy the season. It might be a little to early to get out and seriously garden but it is not too early to talk about the season with our kids, grandchildren, students,  and so on. So, here are some wonderful easy nonfiction and picture books to share with our younger readers about the wonders of Spring.

Spring by Ron Hirschi

 And Then it’s Spring by Julie Fogliano

Spring is Here! by Will Hillenbrand

How Robin Saved Spring by Debbie Ouellet

Sun Above and Blooms Below: a Springtime of Opposites by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky

Hooray for Spring! by Kazuo Iwamura

Everything Spring by Jill Esbaum

Spring Things by Bob Raczka

Let’s Look at Spring by Sarah L. Schuette

The Spring Equinox: Celebrating the Greening of the Earth by Ellen Jackson

What Happens in Spring? by Sara L. Latta

Spring Goes Squish!: a Vibrant Volume of Vociferous Vernal Verse by Marty Kelley

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For even more spring seasonal selections you might want to check out; Spring: an Alphabet Acrostic by Steven Schnur, The Twelve Days of Springtime: a School Counting Book by Deborah Lee Rose, My Spring Robin by Anne Rockwell, Crafts to Make in the Spring by Kathy Ross, How Do You Know it’s Spring? by Allan Fowler, The Busy Spring by Carl Emerson, It’s Spring! by Samantha Berger and Pamela Chanko, When Spring Comes by Robert Maass, What Blossoms in Spring? by Jenna Lee, A to Z of Spring by Tracy Nelson Maurer, A New Beginning: Celebrating the Spring Equinox by Wendy Pfeffer.

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