Spring Come Soon!

It may be hard to believe, but spring will be here soon! To help you get in the spirit, check out some of our fiction and non-fiction books on the subject!

Presents craft projects for spring, including cotton ball sheep, a daffodil made from an egg carton, and popsicle stick flowers.

Animals in spring by Martha E. H. Rustad

Describes some of the activities of animals during the spring, including bears waking up, birds returning from the south, ducklings hatching, and honeybees leaving the hive.

Presents twenty-nine easy-to-make craft projects with springtime themes, including cotton swab pussy willows, a robin redbreast door hanging, and an Easter bunny egg holder.

Exploring spring by Terri DeGezelle

"Color photos and simple text introduce the spring season"--Provided by publisher.

Hello spring! by Shelley Rotner

Presents a lyrical celebration of the arrival of spring, which is marked by changes in plant and animal life.

"Warmer temperatures, budding plants, and baby animals are just some of the signs that spring is in the air! This informative new title examines the unique characteristics of spring and the changes the season brings"--Provided by publisher.

Let's look at spring by Sarah L. Schuette

"Simple text and photographs present what happens to the weather, animals, and plants in spring"--Provided by publisher.

Signs of spring by Colleen Dolphin

Introduces the seasons, explains when in the Earth's movement it is spring, and describes some of the characteristics of the season and some of the things people do that time of year.

Sorting through spring by Lizann Flatt

Introduces basic concepts in mathematics through the plants, animals, and natural phenomena associated with spring.

Spring by Terri DeGezelle
Weather in spring by M. J. York

"Engage readers with the story of weather in spring. Readers are introduced to the changes warm spring weather brings for people, animals, and plants. Additional features include a table of contents, phonetic glossary, index, and sources for further research. A kid-friendly project inspires creativity and hands-on fun."--Amazon.com.

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.

Hello Kitty and her friends enjoy the delights of spring, from flowers and butterflies to baseball and puddles.

Home for a bunny by Margaret Wise Brown

A bunny searches the spring-time forest for a home of his own.

Spring for Sophie by Yael Werber

Sophie listens and watches for the signs of spring--the melting ice, the blue sky--until one day the raindrops come and spring is here.

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