More Picturebooks for Spring Fever

springfeverrobinAre you in the grips of spring fever, or just wishing for warmer weather, gardening, hiking, or beaches? Well, I am firmly in the grips of spring fever and have found some fantastic picturebooks that both encourage my focus on the warm weather, and fulfill my craving for gardens and outdoor activities. Will these spring picturebooks help you focus on the coming sunshine?

Mud by Mary Lyn Ray

How Robin Saved Spring by Debbie Ouellet

The Ugly Vegetables by Grace Linspringfeveruglyveggie

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

Big Tractor by Nathan Clement

Jo MacDonald had a Garden by Mary Quattlebaum

Mouse’s First Spring by Lauren Thompson

The Bee Tree by Patricia Polaccospringfeverwindblew

Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert

Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms by Julia Rawlinson

The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle

Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! by Candace Fleming

springfeverthenFor more books to spring into the warmer weather with you might want to check out: Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney, Aviary Wonders Inc. Spring Catalog and Instruction Manual by Kate Samworth, Mirandy and Brother Wind by Patricia C. McKissackPlant a Kiss by Amy Krouse RosenthalThe Spring Equinox: The Greening of the Earth by Ellen Jackson, The Wind Blew by Pat HutchinsA Windy Day in Spring  by Charles Ghigna, The Listening Walk by Paul Showers,  Raindrops Fall All Around by Charles Ghigna, Caterpillar Spring, Butterfly Summer by Susan Hood, Spring Is Here by Will Hillenbrand, And Then It’s Spring by Julie Fogliano,  My Garden by Kevin Henkes,

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