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14 Children’s Books About Flowers

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Even though we still got snow at the end of April, spring is officially here!

Buds are appearing. Flowers are starting to grow. Colors are emerging all around.

Check out 14 Children’s Books About Seeds, Plants, and Gardening.

Last year, I had suggested going on nature walks with little ones to explore different aspects of the world around us. It’s about time to start enjoying some beautiful flowers!

My daughters and I have enjoyed taking pictures of flowers as we go for walks. Below are a few of the pictures my daughters have taken.

My daughter took this picture in Wisconsin at a summer camp.

Here is another picture one of my daughters took in Wisconsin at the same summer camp. These are Spiderworts.

Spiderworts

Here is a picture one of my daughters took when we were in Kentucky on vacation.

In anticipation of all of the beautiful flowers that will soon be emerging and budding, I have put together a list of 14 children’s books about flowers.

Children’s Books About Flowers


An ABC of Flowers by Jutta Hilpuesch 

Bees Like Flowers by Rebecca Bielawski 

Flowers by Gail Gibbons 

Flowers by Vijaya Khisty Bodach

Flower Talk: How Plants Use Color to Communicate by Sara C. Levine 

I Can Grow a Flower

Learn To Draw…Flower Garden 

Look! Flowers! by Stephanie Calmenson 

Mini Meadows: Grow a Little Patch of Colorful Flowers Anywhere Around Your Yard by Mike Lizotte 

Mrs. Peanuckle’s Flower Alphabet by Mrs. Peanuckle

Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert

Planting the Wild Garden by Kathryn O. Galbraith 

State Guides: Flowers by Linden McNeilly 

Zinnia’s Flower Garden by Monica Wellington 

Will you find any flowers today?

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