We love flowers and we love Spring! It is so much fun to celebrate each season with arts and crafts and also by reading books. In this post, we will share a list of great Flower Books for Kids that are for all ages.
Flower Books for Kids
The Judgemental Flower by Julia Cook
In this flower patch, the blue flowers hang around the blue flowers, the short flowers hang out with the short flowers, the purple flowers hang out with the purple flowers, and so on. When one flower breaks this cycle, Blue learns a lesson on acceptance.
Sunflower House by Eve Bunting
Plant some summer fun with this bright picture book!
Mouse’s First Spring by Lauren Thompson
In this fun picture book, Mouse discover’s spring for the first time. This is great for exploring the first signs of spring.
The Complete Book of the Flower Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker
As an intro to poetry, this book is a collection of poetry from flower fairies. Chapters are separated into seasons and nature (garden, trees, wayside).
Look Flowers! by Stephanie Calmenson
In this nonfiction book, discover all the different types of flowers there are.
Oh Say Can You Seed?: All About Flowering Plants by Bonnie Worth
The Cat, Thing 1, and Thing 2 are back! In the style and feel of Dr. Seuss, learn about seeds and how they turn into plants!
Planting A Rainbow by Lois Ehlert
If your kids have an interest in gardening, Planting a Rainbow explores how planting works, and how kids can begin a garden of their own.
The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle
I love Eric Carle’s style! In this story of a tiny seed, children can learn the life cycle of a flower, from seed to blossoming flower.
The Flower by John Light
In a grey world, a young boy name Brigg discovers light and hope through a forbidden book that leads him to flowers! It works for children from preschool to fifth grade.
Bees Like Flowers (Mummy Nature) by Rebecca Bielawski
Honey bees can sometimes be annoying, but bees are important for the growth of flowers! There’s a few simple flower words like “pollen” that kids can learn, and kids can learn the life cycle of a bee.
The Reason For A Flower by Ruth Heller
What is the purpose of flowers? Find out in this picture book with a variety of colorful images.
Flower Garden by Eve Bunting
A young girl and her father purchase a garden, wanting to plant flowers in their windowsill in this charming story. There’s not many words on each page, making this great for a read aloud or beginning reader.
Jack’s Garden by Henry Cole
In the garden that Jack planted…he uses soil, shovels, and more! Great for learning flower and garden vocabulary, this book takes you through gardening step by step.
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