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Picture Books For Spring

Spring is just around the corner, so get yourself ready by checking out some of these great picture books all about the season!

And then it's spring by Julie Fogliano

Simple text reveals the anticipation of a boy who, having planted seeds while everything around is brown, fears that something has gone wrong until, at last, the world turns green.

Bunny bunny catkin by Cathy MacLennan

Celebrates the joys of spring with illustrations, rhythmic text, and fun-to-imitate sounds.

Finding spring by Carin Berger

Too excited to hibernate through his first winter, a bear cub tries to find spring.

Groundhog's dilemma by Kristen Remenar

Groundhog wants to please all the animals, but half of them want spring to come quickly and the other half do not--and all of them think he controls the seasons, so what is a poor groundhog to do on Groundhog Day?

Hooray for Hoppy! by Tim Hopgood

A curious bunny looks for signs of the arrival of spring, in a story that celebrates the five senses.

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.

Kevin discovers spring by Liesbet Slegers

Kevin has fun doing his favorite springtime activities.

Mouse's first spring by Lauren Thompson

A mouse and its mother experience the delights of nature on a windy spring day.

My spring robin by Anne F Rockwell

Despite all the signs of spring--sprouting ferns, a frog, and flowers--a little girl searches for the robin that means that spring has finally come.

When spring comes by Kevin Henkes

Animals and children alike watch as the world transforms from the dark and dead of winter to a full and blooming spring.

Who's awake in springtime? by Phillis Gershator

Describes, in rhymed cumulative text and illustrations, how various young animals and one small human prepare for sleep at the end of a spring day.