Spring begins in March. Get inspired with our selection of spring picture books.
Pak, Kenard, author, illustrator
Gehl, Laura, author.
Baby botanist studies plants. In her lab coat, she looks at plants both large and small. She finds plants growing in many places. Can plants grow on water? What foods come from plants? How does a seed grow? Find out with baby botanist!
Gómez, Blanca, 1978- author, illustrator
A little girl and her abuela tend to an injured bird they find in the snow, allowing it to fly around the living room until it is ready to be released.
Braun, Sebastian, author, illustrator
Kuefler, Joseph, author, illustrator
Berger, Carin, author
Kulekjian, Jessica, author.
Forest animals stirring from their winter homes and hibernation make a variety of noises to welcome spring.
Gray, Rita, author
Matheson, Christie, author, illustrator
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text invite the reader to uncover the rainbow of colors hidden in a garden, which helps flowers bloom and bees find food. Includes facts about bees and their importance.
Schaefer, Lola M., 1950-
Describes how raspberries, peanuts, corn, and other foods are produced as various plants flower, create seeds, and finally bear fruit.
Salas, Laura Purdie, author
"A unique take on spring in a series of eye-opening equations. Whether it's breeze + kite = ballet or nest + robin = jewelry box, each equation prompts readers to pause and think about spring in unexpected ways. As a child in the art welcomes the change of seasons, sidebars provide more information about the science behind the signs of spring."-- Provided by publisher.
Park, Linda Sue.
A rabbit wanders through the various flowers and colors of a cottage garden.