Picture Books for Spring11:00
Spring has sprung, and we are absolutely loving all of the sunshine and pretty flowers. To reflect the change in season I have also switched around Zach's book shelves, and I am so excited to share with you our favourite picture books for Spring.
The Bunny who Found Easter - this is a really sweet story about a bunny who is lonely, and on the hunt for a friend. You follow along as the bunny travels through the season until Spring, where he finds another bunny to be his friend. Seriously cute, and the illustrations are beautiful.
Each Peach Pear Plum - whilst this book isn't specifically Spring related, the colours scream this time of year to me, and it's the perfect excuse to get this classic out on display. I love reading this more than Zach does, but I hope by having it out and reading it more often he will start to enjoy it more!
Peep Inside The Garden - these 'Peep Inside' books are brilliant, and I thought this one was perfect for Spring as we are now back out in the garden, getting it all ready for the warmer months. There lots of flaps, so it's really fun, but there's also lots for kids to learn about as they get older.
Spring - this book is so lovely, and in fact we have the whole series - one for each season. The illustrations are gorgeous, and I think that these books are great for teaching children about the changes throughout the year. I try to really embrace the seasons, and this book is a great way to share that with Zach.
Thomas and the Easter Egg Hunt - Zach absolutely loves trains, and is a bit of a Thomas fan, so this book is right up his street. His favourite word at the moment is egg (I wonder why..!) so he loves screaming "EGG" at the top of his lungs every time he spots one!
That's not my Lamb... - there always seems to be a book from the 'That's not my...' series on Zach's bookshelf, and for Spring it has to be this one.
Peter Rabbit Easter Egg Hunt - again, just like the Thomas book, this one involves lots of searching for eggs. With lots of flaps and pop up parts, this book is lots of fun, but slightly more fragile which is something to bear in mind.