I love reading 'seasonal' books to my children, and have had the same go-to list for awhile. The beginning of Spring is no exception, and I have discovered this sweet series of seasonal-literally seasons of the year-book set by author Anna Milbourne and illustrations by Elena Temporin.
The Spring book is called, "The Windy Day" and it's a beautiful story about a mother and child go through their day in early Spring to watch the wind work it's wonder. Whether they're walking and watching the leaves stirring, flying a kite, or exploring how wind works, the sweet narrative will take you through a blustery day.
Milbourne and Temporin team up for many of the Usborne books, including the seasonal series, like The Sunny Day, The Snowy Day, and the and the Pipkin series, of which I gave away "How Big Is a Million" awhile back. For hardcover books that are good stories, educationally mindful, and durable, the pricing is quite modest.
What are some of your favorite Spring books? Do you have seasonal books that you rotate?