Our Preschool Spring Reading List

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Spring is finally upon us and I am so excited for warmer weather, bright flowers, and even the rain that comes during this season. This month I decided to share some awesome spring themed books that we will be reading with our preschoolers. Our oldest loved these books when he was younger so I cannot wait to introduce them to our youngest homeschool students.


Mouse’s First Spring

Author: Lauren Thompson

Illustrator: Buket Erdogan

This is a cute tale about Mouse and his Momma playing outside. During their frolic, Mouse discovers new things as he tries to figure out if spring is finally here.


Fletcher and the Spring Time Blossoms

Author: Julia Rawlinson

Illustrator: Tiphanie Beeke

If you’re familiar with this series, then you know that Fletcher often finds himself in some silly situations and this book is no different. He begins by discussing his love for spring but notices that snow is starting to fall from the sky. Out of concern, he informs all of his friends to prepare for the upcoming blizzard. But is a snowstorm actually approaching or is Fletcher merely mistaken?


Spring Is Here

Author & Illustrator: William Hillenbrand

This simple picture book shares the story of the friendship between Bear and Mole. Mole wakes up to smell spring in the air and gets so excited that he wants his friend to wake up, too. After several failed attempts, Mole decides to create the perfect spring announcement breakfast for his best friend.


Everything Spring

Author & Illustrator: Jill Esbaum

This book is filled with the most beautiful, exquisite, and detailed spring photography. Your young students will love looking at these baby animals experience the outdoors as the weather changes.


Glasswings: A Butterfly’s Story

Author & Illustrator: Elisa Kleven

Claire’s transparent wings usually reflect her beautiful country home, but now she is lost in the city. New friends show her to a local urban community garden where her presence definitely makes a difference. This is the perfect story to explain pollination to your children and my children enjoyed learning about the Glasswing Butterfly.


I hope that you find these books easily accessible at your local library. If not, don’t forget to check for e-reader or audio versions of these spring tales that your younger children are sure to enjoy. Of course there are many more awesome stories that can be shared with preschoolers so feel free to comment below with your favorite books for this season.



Ta’Neisha Kemp I’m a proud wife that spontaneously serenades her husband in public. I’m a cool mom that has dance battles with her children. I’m the keep it real friend that doesn’t tell your business. I’m also the lady that cries actual tears while watching romantic comedies and reading books. If you’re a homeschool teacher that enjoys a quick “I totally understand” moment in between subjects and chores, then we just became best friends. I’m a proud believer, living a balanced life where taking care of my family is my ministry! Blog: Marriage, Motherhood, and Makeup

1 Comment to “ Our Preschool Spring Reading List”

  1. We had The Glasswing Butterfly!! My daughter’s loved it..when they started school I think we finally donated it to the local head start…lol

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