Weather Books for Kids

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Don’t miss out on these weather books for kids! They’re the perfect way to work on reading skills and learn more about the weather! 

We love learning about the weather around here! It is so much fun to sit back and observe what the sky is doing up there. In this post, we share a list of weather books for kids that help us learn more and understand more about the weather on this beautiful planet of ours.

The kids love to study weather because it’s so interesting how it can change so easily and fast. This is one of our favorite units to study. 

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Weather Books for Kids

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Weather Books for Kids

Below you’ll find some of our favorite weather books for kids that I hope you’ll love, too. They’re great family reads to sit down and enjoy together as well. 

The Cloud Book by Tomie dePaola

Learn about ten different common types of clouds, including facts and myths. The pattern is simple and engaging.

The Wind Blew by Pat Hutchins

Wind can be tricky! Watch the wind blow, and take everything from Priscilla’s umbrella to the judge’s wig!

The Sun Is My Favorite Star by Frank Asch

Did you know the sun is a star? Learn about the sun in this rhyming book! It has great illustrations and is easy for early readers to begin.

A Rainbow Of My Own by Don Freeman

A small boy imagines what it would be like to have his own rainbow in this bright and colorful book by the author of Corduroy.

Down Comes The Rain by Franklyn M. Branley

What happens after rain? The sun dries the puddles, but the water is still there! Learn about the ups and downs of the water cycle in this activity.

Cat and Mouse In The Rain by Tomek Bogacki

In this older picture book, Cat and Mouse’s day is almost ruined when it starts to rain. With the help of Frog, the two discover that rainy days aren’t so bad!

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Don’t forget to add these to your reading list! 

Boo and Baa In Windy Weather by Olof Landstrom

Boo and Baa have a crazy adventure when trying to bring home groceries one day!

Oh Say Can You Say What’s The Weather Today? by Tisa Rabe

In the style of Dr. Seuss, The Cat and company learn all about the weather. If your kiddos love Dr. Seuss, they’ll love learning about the weather through this picture book!

Time Of Wonder by Robert McCloskey

A family spends an incredible time on a vacation in Maine. It shows the ups and downs of coastal weather!

What Will The Weather Be Like Today by Paul Rogers

Great for early readers, this rhyming book has bright illustrations that can help bring early weather concepts to life.

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Mushroom In The Rain by Mirra Ginsburg

A small ant takes shelter under a mushroom in the rain, and soon a bunch of other animals joins him! This is great for an interactive and fun read-aloud.

Like A Windy Day by Frank Asch

A young girl falls into the unpredictable weather in this fun book!

Amy Loves The Rain by Julia Hoban

Part of a series involving weather, Amy Loves the Rain is a simple, small book filled with fun illustrations.

The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats

What’s the first snowfall like? In this magical picture book, readers get a realistic and vivid glimpse of a snowy day!

Shapes In The Sky by Josepha Sherman

Learn about the variety of cloud shapes and the different types of shapes in this fun and colorful book!

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More Weather Activities

As you can see, there are so many great books that you can read with the kids about the weather. Just make certain to pair them up with some of these other fun weather printables and you’ve got quite a learning lesson planned out easily. 

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