Children’s books about spring

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Here are over 20 children’s book about spring for you to enjoy with your children. Some of these have been in our collection for several years and others are new to us this year. There are recommendations of fantastic spring reads for babies right through to preschoolers and perhaps slightly older. If you love using books to teach young kids about seasons, then you’ll love these books about seasons for preschoolers.  Some of these books are specific Easter children’s books and others are just general spring books for kids.

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4 different spring books for kids. All open to see the insides
Inside some of these gorgeous picture books.

Top left – Beatrix and her bunnies. Top right- The great big egg hunt.

Bottom left – Busy spring. Bottom right – Look what I found in the woods

Books about spring for children

Children's books about spring

Easter egg hunt ideas to try at home

If you're still planning your own Easter egg hunt at home then you need my ideas for Easter egg hunt post.

More Easter gift ideas

These spring and Easter books make gorgeous Easter gifts. Find more ideas here - Easter gift guide for families.

More books about gardening for children

So there you have my suggestions for 20 Children’s books to read this spring. You might spot a few more in the shelf photos too. Have you got a favourite springtime children’s book to read? I’d love to hear your recommendations in the comments.  

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25 thoughts on “Children’s books about spring

  1. Rabbit Ideas says:

    Love the ideas of rotating books around every season; great idea for keeping youngsters interested in reading!

  2. BookBairn says:

    What a great selection! And such lovely photos too! I love rotating our books on the shelves too and am building ‘seasonal collections’ so hopefully every year they will be a bit better and better! #KLTR

  3. Imperfect Mum says:

    There are some beautiful books here and a great variety what a good idea to theme them! #KLTR

  4. Acorn Books says:

    What a wonderful collection of spring books! I need to get better at switching our books around. Love the looks of The Odd Egg, it reminds me of one I had when I was younger. #kltr

  5. Angela Milnes says:

    This is a fab list of books and I really love the book Natures Day. I love the bookshelf in your home and this is a fantastic post for spring book ideas and inspiration. Thanks for linking up to #KLTR .

    • Claire says:

      Thank you. We love our bookshelves too. Nature’s day is gorgeous, my kids are going to enjoy it for many years to come.

  6. Malin (Sensational Learning with Penguin) says:

    These books look beautiful! I especially like the look of ‘Nature’s Day’ ??

  7. Sara @ Magical Mama Blog says:

    Love all of these! I’ve been looking for a Peter Rabbit book! The egg hunt looks adorable! Mine had a flap book for Christmas and completely destroyed it. Maybe next year. Thanks for sharing!
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  8. Carol Cameleon says:

    Wow, you’re good with your book themes. We’re way past the board book stage, being in year 3, and I’ve got to admit that our daughter’s over-full book shelf has always been a bit of a mish mash, with all the reads chosen by her! These look great though, enjoy your reads! #mg

    • Claire says:

      I hope you found some inspiration. Nature’s day is probably the one suitable for the oldest children.

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