Monthly Celebrations

9 Springy Stories and 1 Creepy Carrot!

Celebrate Spring with these 10 Super Springy Stories!!!

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Wake Me in Spring (1994)

Author: James Prellar

Illustrator: Jeffrey Scherer

📚Yes Mouse, you may wake Bear now because…it is spring!!!

And Then It’s Spring (2012)

Author: Julie Fogliano

Illustrator: Erin E. Stead

📚This is a beautiful celebration of the transformation from winter to spring!

Ivy in Bloom: The Poetry of Spring from the Great Poets and Writers of the Past (2009)

Author: Vanita Oelschlager

Illustrator: Kristin Blackwood

📚Introduce children to great writers and poets such as; e.e. Cummings, A.A. Milne, Robert Browning and many more! Excerpts from these poets and writers create an amazing story about little Ivy Van Allsberg on her journey to find spring!

Mouse Loves Spring (2018)

Author: Lauren Thompson

Illustrator: Buket Erdogen

📚This book was previously published as, Mouse’s First Spring (2005)

Click, Clack, Peep! (2015)

Author: Doreen Cronin

Illustrator:Betsy Lewin

📚Click, Clack, Peep. Baby Duck will not go to sleep! Duck has a way to save the day (night)!

Mother Bruce (2015)

Author: Ryan T. Higgens

Illustrator: Ryan T. Higgens

If you are an egg lover like Bruce Bear make sure your eggs are not hatching baby chicks or you will soon take on an unexpected motherly role!

Little Bunny Foo Foo: The Real Story (2012)

Author: Cori Doerrfeld

Illustrator: Cori Doerrfeld

A silly story based on the song!

Creepy Carrots (2012)

Authors: Aaron Reynolds

Illustrator: Peter Brown

📚Do not let the cute carrots fool you!

BunnyBear (2017)

Author: Andrea J. Loney

Illustrator: Carmen Saldaña

📚It is okay for a bear to feel like a bunny and a bunny to feel like a bear! Though you may look one way on the outside it is okay to feel a different way inside!

The Tale of Peter Rabbit (2004)

Author: Beatrix Potter

Illustrator: Beatrix Potter

📚Classic Spring Tale! Classic Peter Rabbit!!!

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