11 Spring Books for Little Kids

Spring is such a wonderful time of the year as it is. Here is a list of great spring books for little kids to accompany them in their outdoor explorations.

How do plants grow?

What lives in the soil beneath our feet?

Where do vegetables come from?

What kind of animals live in our gardens?

 

11 Spring Books for Little Kids

 

And then it's spring Best Children books about spring and gardening

And Then It’s Spring

by Julie Fogliano and Erin E. Stead 

Celebrate the coming spring with Fogliano’s tender story of anticipation and friendship. A boy and its dog have made a great effort to plant their garden: they now need to learn to be patient while nature awakens.

 

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Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt

by Kate Messner and Christopher Silas Neal 

What is underneath our feet? Do you know about the life that grows in the soil?
“Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt” teaches us about the hidden world beneath our feet and about all the many lives that inhabit our garden throughout the year.

 

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The Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter

by Beatrix Potter 

One of my absolute favourite storybook as a child, Beatrix Potter’s tales are a classic of children narrative.
The lovely characters, the sweet watercolor illustrations, the straightforward prose. There is nothing not to love about this book.

 

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How a Seed Grows

by Helene J. Jordan and  Loretta Krupinski 

How does a seed grow? Jordan’s book answers just that, and it does so with accuracy and simplicity.
From filling eggshells with soil, to placing seeds, to watering: this book conveys all the necessary knowledge toddlers need to start their own little gardening projects.

 

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The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau

by Michelle Markel and Amanda Hall

Rousseau story is one of the most unique and fascinating tales in art history: a forty-something years old man, a modest toll collector from Paris with a passion for drawing his dreams of tigers and exotic jungles. His story of hard work and perseverance vividly comes to life through the incredible illustrations of Amanda Hall.

 

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A Seed Is Sleepy

by Dianna Aston and Sylvia Long 

“A seed is sleepy” is something in between a children’s book and a botanical catalogue. Award-winning artist Sylvia Long is at her best in this publication. Elegant illustrations, interesting facts, poetic style: A seed is sleepy has it all.

 

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The Night Gardener

by Terry Fan and Eric Fan 

One day, William discovers that the tree outside his window has been sculpted into a wise owl. In the following days, more topiaries appear, and each one is more beautiful than the last. Soon, William’s gray little town is full of color and life. And though the mysterious night gardener disappears as suddenly as he appeared, William—and his town—are changed forever.

 

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If You Hold a Seed

by Elly MacKay

What does it take for a seed to grow?
Sun and rain and waiting. And then some more waiting. “If you hold a seed” is the becoming story of a boy and a tree as they pass through the seasons and grow old together.

 

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Inch by Inch

by Leo Lionni 

Can a song be measured?
Reminiscent of traditional fables, inch by inch is the story of a curious inchworm with a passion for measuring the world. But can he measure the hungry nightingale’s song and avoid being eaten for breakfast?
A children’s classic, Leo Lionni’s stories never get old.

 

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We Are the Gardeners

by Joanna Gaines and Julianna Swaney 

This New York Times Bestseller chronicles the adventures of Joanna’s family as they start their own garden. From their failed endeavors, obstacles to overcome (bunnies that eat everything!), and all the knowledge they’ve gained along the way, the Gaines family shares how they learned to grow a happy, successful garden. As it turns out, starting something new isn’t always easy!

 

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The Vegetables We Eat 

by Gail Gibbons 

Where do our vegetables come from?
Gail Gibbon’s book teaches us how the vegetable we eat are grown, how they get to us, and how many kinds there are. Very informative and entertaining, could be particularly useful for picky eaters kids.

 

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