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It’s spring! It’s SPRING! Who’s excited?! I AM! Can’t you tell with all the exclamations points?! Here in VA we had BEAUTIFUL weather today and more tomorrow. I’ve trying to ignore the fact that they’re calling for snow AGAIN next week. Surely it won’t snow that late into March right!?
The truth is, it probably will. But for now I will celebrate that it’s Spring; And I’ll bust out all of our Spring books so that Mason can learn all about Spring and everything that comes along with it!
Here are 10 Books About Spring for Preschoolers. All of these books are rated 4 & above so you can feel confidant buying them!
and then it’s spring by Julie Fogliano
Following a snow-filled winter, a young boy and his dog decide that they’ve had enough of all that brown and resolve to plant a garden. They dig, they plant, they play, they wait . . . and wait . . . until at last, the brown becomes a more hopeful shade of brown, a sign that spring may finally be on its way.
Everything Spring by Jill Esbaum
In Jill Esbaum’s beautifully photographed picture book, young children can see, hear, and feel the warmth of springtime by reading and learning all about chicks, bunnies, and the other baby animals that come out to play in springtime..
It’s Spring by Linda Glaser
A child observes the arrival of spring and its effects on plants and animals. Includes suggestions for nature study projects.
It’s Spring by Samantha Berger
The robin told the rabbit…
The rabbit told the deer…
The deer told the duck…
Then all the birds began to sing
To tell the bears, “Wake up, it’s spring!”
Samantha Berger and Pamela Chanko’s breezy rhyming text and Melissa Sweet’s charming watercolor illustrations spread the news that spring is here!
Let it Rain by Maryann Cocca-Leffler
The snow is melting, flowers are blooming, and a light rain is falling. Spring is finally here! Enjoy all the wondrous signs of the season with Maryann Cocca-Leffler’s exhuberant celebration of spring!
Mouse’s First Spring by Lauren Thompson
One bright day, Mouse and Momma head outside to play. The wind blows in something feathery and plump (a bird), something wiggly and pink (a worm), and something green that hops and leaps (a frog). But before it’s time to go back inside, Mouse finds something with petals that’s soft and new…the prettiest flower he’s ever seen! Could it mean spring is finally here?
Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert
This educational and enjoyable book helps children understand how to plant bulbs, seeds, and seedlings, and nurture their growth. Lois Ehlert’s bold collage illustrations include six pages that present all the flowers of each color of the rainbow.
Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit by Il Sung Na
What do the animals do when the snow falls to the ground and all the trees are bare? Some fly long distances, while some swim to warmer waters. Some take a long, warm sleep where they live, while others have a thick, cozy coat and can stay in the snow!
Spring is Here by Heidi Pross Gray
Discover the world as it wakes from its winter slumber, the flowers blossom, the animals come out from their resting place, and nature comes alive during this season of renewal. Head outside and play soccer and baseball with your friends while enjoying a wonderful picnic lunch from the food you grew in your garden! Heidi has done it again with this wonderful, wholesome book about the spring season, tying family and nature together in a book that will leave you feeling excited about spring!
Spring by Gerda Muller
One of a series of four books without text, which lead the young child through the seasons of the year. Full of fun, active illustrations, this chunky board book shows the joys of playing with lambs, sowing seeds, painting Easter eggs and watching baby birds.