I’m all about continuing to have my kids read even during the summer months, and I always find that adding some new books to their library will sparks their interest a bit more. Here is our list of spring reads for kids of all ages!
Nelly Takes New York – Every morning, she wakes up to the rumble of the subways and the honking of cars. Every morning, she can smell the food cart downstairs and hear the rat-a-tat-tat of the street musicians outside. Every morning, she goes outside to be in the city she knows like the back of her hand—or does she? One morning, Nelly and her dog Bagel decide to find out what New York is really about—or more specifically, why a city that has nothing to do with apples is the Biggest Apple of them all. Could there really be a giant apple somewhere in New York? And where is it hiding?
Nerdy Babies Oceans – With bright artwork by Emmy Kastner, this will be a book that the very littlest nerds will want to return to again and again.
The Lion and the Bird – One autumn day, a lion finds a wounded bird in his garden. With the departure of the bird’s flock, the lion decides that it’s up to him to care for the bird. He does and the two become fast friends. Nevertheless, the bird departs with his flock the following autumn. What will become of Lion and what will become of their friendship?
How High The Moon – To Kill a Mockingbird meets One Crazy Summer in this powerful, bittersweet debut about one girl’s journey to reconnect with her mother and learn the truth about her father in the tumultuous times of the Jim Crow South. Ages 9-12
Dreams Of A Rebel Princes – This is the perfect coloring book for girls to boost a girl’s confidence, creativity, and courage!
Lily Huckleberry in Scandinavia – In a village where the flowers grow as big as trees, lives a brave little girl named Lily Huckleberry. As a member of the Worldwide Adventure Society, Lily has a magic globe that takes her on whimsical adventures around the world. In this first book of the series, Lily goes to Scandinavia for a Midsummer party, where she finds herself ker-splat in the middle of a strawberry mystery.
Vacation for Dexter – Dexter T. Rexter is on a plane—for the very first time.
The Chestnut Challenge – Tobin, a sweet pangolin, Bismark, a loud-mouthed sugar glider, and Dawn, a serious fox, are playing a game of Chestnuts when Chandler, a conniving chinchilla, challenges Tobin for the title of Chestnut Champion. However, after a series of strange distractions occur, the Brigade begins to suspect that something is not quite right. Chandler is a competitive chinchilla…but could he also be a cheater?
Nerdy Babies Space – In Nerdy Babies: Space, follow our intrepid infants into the great unknown. Check out the moon and the sun and all the planets in our solar system. Plus, learn about gravity and orbits in this simple text written in question and answer format.
Tickle Plenty and the Kingdom of the Clouds – There are strange voices in the Rainbow Forest. When it rains, strange faces appear. The friends visit the Nothing Happening Festival, and purchase huge balls of very light cotton candy. Much too light! An unusual gusting windstorm pushes them into the sky and through the clouds. There, they encounter the last of the wizards of the Age of Magic.
10 thoughts on “Spring Reads For Kids!”
These look like great reads. Getting the kids to love reading takes books that capture their imaginations.
These books look like wonderful picks for the kiddos. Great stories and great art are what capture the imaginations of the kids at a young age.
These look like great books. My nephews love reading books like this that capture their imaginations.
There’s so many great selections! I hope I can select two for my nephew and niece!
These books look awesome! I’ll have to pick one out for my little one, he loves to read!
Those all look like great books for the kiddos. Great suggestions
My sister and sister in-law are both elementary school teachers. I’m sure they will adore this! Thank you for sharing 🙂
What a great list of books to read, Ocean and nerdy princess appeal to me.
These look like great books! I’m always looking for new ones for kids to read. Thank you!
“Nelly takes New York”….I strongly believe I have crossed paths with this one before and I loved it immensely. Good choice there, Brianna.