Here are 13 great books that cover the topics of spring/early summer, flowers/gardening, (life cycles of) insects, and (farm) animals. The list is appropriate for ages 1-8, and also includes a few classics. Happy reading!
Oh the weather outside is frightful,
But these books are so delightful.
And since we've no place to go:
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Check out the gallery for books about snow, including some classics that I'm sure you'll recognize...
Check out these 12 fall books for kids! While Halloween books apply to October, these picks are great for September, October, and November. Happy reading...
We're going to the Bristol Renaissance Faire
tomorrow. It was one of my favorite excursions last summer, and finding great books at the library definitely enhanced the experience.
Check out the gallery below to see 12 Renaissance books for kids...
With the Fourth of July nine days away, here are nine books to read with your kids...
While spring *technically* started three weeks ago, the earth has just recently sprung to life. I can't tell you how much easier it's been to wake at 5 a.m. when there are actual, live birds chirping outside. You should really try it sometime.
Okay, it's not that easy. Just take my word and hit the snooze button.
So what if your phone has a snowflake representing the weather today. Winter can't last forever
right? RIGHT?! Please, someone: tell me I'm right!
Here are eight children's books for Spring...
Let's be honest: I checked out St. Patrick's Day books from the library almost two weeks ago. I've never been more ready for this holiday.
Ah, yes...now I have some recollection...eons ago, the ground was, in fact, green
. And the trees! That had those green
things on them that flapped in the wind, instead of just gray branches that look like bony, old lady hands.
With the winter holidays behind me, I'm done with red. And I'm certainly
done with white.
. The color of hope
Please enjoy these seven books, chock full of GREEN
Sweet mother of pearl...is it spring yet?! I'd say *cricket, cricket* in response to that question, but we all know it's too damn cold for anything to survive out there.
Might as well surrender to curling up with a good book. Check out the gallery below to see 12 children's books for February, including the following themes:
- Martin Luther King, Jr. (Black History)
- Presidents' Day
- Valentine's Day
In an effort to break up the monotony of winter, I'm listing books that are somewhat off the beaten path. Included in the list are a few classics ("Owl Moon" and "Love You Forever"), but I hope to add some variety to your reading repertoire...