Lots of parents of young children will be looking for some stories about springtime. Why not head to your local library and check out some of the lovely stories about springtime and baby animals?
We’ve packed up all our books about winter and put together this list of our top 6 favorite story books to read during spring. Have you read them all? What are some of your favourites?
Books We Love To Read At Spring Time:
Don’t Wake The Bear, Hare! by Steve Smallman and Caroline Pedler
Oh no! It’s the Spring Party today! The animals tiptoe past with party cakes and wobbling plates until SOMEONE makes a VERY loud noise… Uh-oh! Have they woken the bear?
This is a favourite in our house, we love the rhyming story and the colourful pages. A lovely tale about all the animals working together to get the sping party ready. A fun book also about friendship.
For Everyone To Share by Gillian Lobel and Daniel Howarth
When Little Mouse ventures out of his nest for the very first time, he just can’t believe his eyes. There are so many incredible sights and sounds! But what is this amazing place, he wonders and who is it for?
This lovely story book celebrates the wonderful world around us, you and your children will follow Little Mouse on her adventure on a lovely spring day! Meet the blues sky, the beautiful sun, buzzy bee, beautiful butterflies, birds and flowers.
Hooray For Hoppy! by Tim Hopgood
‘Hooray!’ said Hoppy. Learn about all 5 senses with Hoppy the Rabbit as he discovers the first signs of spring.’
This bright and colourful book follows Hoppy wake up as spring arrives! You and your little ones will love celebrating all sights and smells of spring.
What The Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks
Two crafty robbers, one tiny ladybird and a whole farmyard of fun! Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len have a cunning plan to steal the farmer’s fine prize cow. Bu they reckon without the tiniest, quietest creature of all: she has a plan of her own.’
Your little ones will love this wonderful rhyming, colourful book full of farm animals. It’s perect for spring.
WOW! Said The Owl by Tim Hopgood
WOW! Said The Owl. Wake up to a world full of colour with the little owl that stays awake all day.
This is another beautiful book full of colour, flowers, butterflies and even rainbows. A lovely book to get you in the mood for spring.
Peter Rabbit- Postman Peter based on the tales of Beatrix Potter
An exciting tale with real mail! What will Peter do when he opens a letter that he shouldn’t and discovers a dangerous plot to eat poor Jemina Puddle-Duck for dinner?
My children love this book as they can interact with it, theres 6 envelopes inside for them to open. I love to read Beatrix Potter books in the spring time, the stories are full ofthe countryside and wild animals. Perfect.