Kids Books For March

With March comes spring! I love seeing the seasons change through the eyes of my kids. The changes always come with tons of new nature and science based questions. But Spring also means rain! Haha! I love introducing new books to my children when we’re stuck inside doing our best to stay warm and cozy. This months roundup has a great array¬† of true stories, activity books, cooking books, and more!

A guided mediation to help our children better lean into their anxieties. Children will learn the ability to find their inner peace and calm.
A great interactive book for any little baker in your life. Turn the wheel to mix the batter, lift a flap to open the oven, and pull a tab to frost the cake and then release the glittery contents!
One of Siella and Gemma’s favorite series! What use to be the lush green land of Kenya, is now dry and cant be harvested. Dr. Wangari decide’s to plant a forest of trees to bring new life to the land she calls home.
What’s it like being the youngest person alive? From baby’s first sight , sounds, and touch the world has so much to explore! The perfect gift to welcome a new little one.
Follow along a boy and his dog as they explore the changing season. From the melting brook, to the chirping birds, there’s a lot of changes happening.
Join in on creating a family garden! The Gaine’s family shares how they were able to create a happy and successful garden, even if it meant a little bit of tough work.
A real story based on a little girl who was bullied for her love of bugs. She shares her inspiring story on how she ultimately became a scientist and continues to celebrate all things nature and bugs.
With spring comes rain! A great story that celebrates the rain and how fun it can truly be for kids and worms! Hehe!
I love a great activity book. They’re perfectly fun for a raining day in! This book includes 50 puzzles of 7 different types to help children build problem solving skills.
All my kids love to help in the kitchen, and as a family of 5, I’ll always take their help. This is a great introductory cooking book for all your little chefs.

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  1. Oh my! Thank you so much, I’m happy I stumbled upon this, I have been thinking of books to add to my son’s collection of books and this has really helped.

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