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19 Children’s Books to Read This Spring

Spring books your kids are going to love reading over and over again.


What better way to celebrate the weather warming up than with a book about Spring that you and your little one can read together? Whether you grab a picnic blanket and go out in the sunny backyard or cozy up in a chair by the rainy window, we’ve got some Spring books that your kids are going to love reading over and over again this season.

Read through for our 19 Spring children’s book picks.

  1. Spring Colors


Spring Colors by Brian Enslow ($8).

2. Who Likes Rain?


Who Likes Rain? by Wong Herbert Yee ($8).

3. Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit: A Book of Changing Seasons


Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit: A Book of Changing Seasons by Il Sung Na ($16).

4. I See Spring


I See Spring by Charles Ghigna ($3).

5. Lola Plants a Garden


Lola Plants a Garden by Anna McQuinn ($16).

6. Little Seeds


Little Seeds by Charles Ghigna ($7).

7. The Giant Carrot


The Giant Carrot by Jan Peck ($19).

8. When Spring Comes


When Spring Comes by Kevin Henkes ($18).

9. Explore Spring! 25 Great Ways to Learn About Spring


Explore Spring! 25 Great Ways to Learn About Spring by Maxine Anderson ($13).

10. Everything Spring


Everything Spring by Jill Esbaum ($6).

11. Feel the Wind


Feel the Wind by Arthur Dorros ($6).

12. What Will Hatch


What Will Hatch by Jennifer Ward ($15).

13. And Then It’s Spring


And Then It’s Spring by Julie Fogliano ($17).

14. Spring: An Alphabet Acrostic


Spring: An Alphabet Acrostic by Steven Schnur ($18).

15. Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms


Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms by Julia Rawlinson ($16).

16. A New Beginning: Celebrating the Spring Equinox


A New Beginning: Celebrating the Spring Equinox by Wendy Pfeffer ($9).

17. My Spring Robin


My Spring Robin by Anne Rockwell ($17).

18. It’s Spring


It’s Spring by Samantha Berger ($7).

19. The Listening Walk


The Listening Walk by Paul Showers ($7).

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