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Abracadabra! It's Spring!
by Anne O'Brien Details
Winter turns to spring in this lyrical book that celebrates the magic of nature and the changing seasons. Eleven gatefolds open to recreate the excitement and surprise of spring's arrival.
And Then It's Spring
by Julie Fogliano Details
Simple text reveals the anticipation of a boy who, having planted seeds while everything around is brown, fears that something has gone wrong until, at last, the world turns green.
Bloom
by Deborah Diesen Details
A mother and child plant flower bulbs in the fall, wait through the winter, and see them bloom in the spring.
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Finding Spring
by Carin Berger Details
Too excited to hibernate through his first winter, a bear cub tries to find spring.
Have You Heard the Nesting Bird?
by Rita Gray Details
In this nonfiction picture book for young readers, we learn just why the mother nesting bird stays quiet and still while sitting on her eggs.
My Spring Robin
by Anne Rockwell Details
Despite all the signs of spring--sprouting ferns, a frog, and flowers--a little girl searches for the robin that means that spring has finally come.
Planting Seeds
by Kathryn Clay Details
Simple nonfiction text and full-color photographs present planting seeds in spring.
Spring Blossoms
by Carole Gerber Details
Poetic text describes seven different types of flowering trees.
Spring for Sophie
by  Yael Werber Details
Sophie listens and watches for the signs of spring--the melting ice, the blue sky--until one day the raindrops come and spring is here.
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Spring Hare
by Eugene Yelchin Details
An adorable baby hare springs into an adventure, following his human friend up, up, and away in this flight of fancy.
Spring is Fun
by Walt K. Moon Details
Carefully leveled text and fresh, vibrant photos engage young readers in learning about spring, a season of colorful changes and new growth. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary help build nonfiction learning skills.
That's Not a Daffodil
by Elizabeth Honey Details
When Tom's neighbour gives him a brown bulb, he can't believe it will flower. That's not a daffodil, says Tom. Well, says the old gardener. Let's plant it and see.
Wake Up!
by Helen Frost Details
Simple poetic language and close-up photographs invite readers to explore all the baby animals who are born during spring.
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What Will Grow?
by Jennifer Ward Details
Seeds can be big and small, round and pointy, and all sorts of colors. But they all have one thing in common--inside waits a new plant life, waiting to emerge! This lush journey through an entire year follows seeds that bloom in the very beginning of spring, all the way through ones that sprout in winter.
When Spring Comes
by Kevin Henkes Details
Animals and children alike watch as the world transforms from the dark and dead of winter to a full and blooming spring.
Updated 11/20/2017

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