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Books with title Spring

  • Spring

    Gerda Muller

    Board book (Floris Books, Oct. 15, 1994)
    Full of fun, active illustrations, this chunky board book shows the joys of playing with lambs, sowing seeds, painting Easter eggs and watching baby birds.
  • Spring

    Child's Play, Ailie Busby

    Board book (Child's Play International, Oct. 1, 2015)
    There's something special about each season of the year, wherever we live in the world. Follow the children in this book as they discover and explore the unique character of spring, through indoor and outdoor play. Sensory, detailed and child-centred, this is the perfect introduction for young children to the cycles of the year.
  • Spring

    Marie F Crow

    eBook (Kingston Publishing Company, July 5, 2020)
    Spring is here and Abigail, with her pet zombie and friends, are off to play.They have waited patiently through the cold days of winter for the warmth of the sun's return.The birds are back, singing their soft songs. The flowers are bright, blooming with their many colors.Won't you come play with them?
  • Spring

    Rhonda Lucadamo, Heidi Weathersby, Jennifer Willhoite

    language (Miss Rhonda's Readers, LLC, March 1, 2010)
    Beginning Reader Featuring Decodable Words and Fun, Child-Friendly PlotsRhonda Lucadamo, a certified AMI Montessori teacher, discovered in the classroom that children had the most success when first given realistic stories to read. So Rhonda penned some for her youngest readers. Each book contained phonetic words so children could sound out complete sentences. The children's accomplishment was immediate! They laughed, asked questions and reacted to each story. But most importantly, they read. And then they picked up another book, and another, and another.Seven other books are available from Miss Rhonda's Readers Set TWO.
  • It's Spring

    Susan Swan, Linda Glaser

    Paperback (First Avenue Editions ™, Aug. 1, 2003)
    Simple text and bold, beautiful paper sculpture convey the animal life, plant life, weather, colors, clothing, and feelings associated with the spring season.
  • Spell Spring

    Katherine Roberts

    language (, June 1, 2016)
    Prepare to be enchanted in this long-awaited sequel to SPELLFALL.It has been six months since the rebel Caster Lord Hawk kidnapped Natalie in an attempt to bond her to his spellclave and was imprisoned inside the Thrallstone by his son Merlin. Natalie and her family have moved to Scotland, where her mother’s magehound is teaching her magic, while Merlin stayed behind in Earthaven to help heal the root system of his father's poison.Now the soultrees of Earthaven are preparing for the Blossoming, when treemages will fertilize their flowers with unicorn dust to grow new spells. But Earthaven’s magic is draining through the gateways into the human world. To restore their power, the Spell Lords summon Natalie to take her mother’s vacant seat on the Council of Oq. Meanwhile, one of the young treemage candidates they have chosen for her spellclave has fled through the forbidden Thrallstone gateway into the human world, unwittingly releasing Lord Hawk.With the Blossoming fast approaching, Natalie and her friends find themselves once again fighting Lord Hawk’s Casters in a desperate race to gain Power of Thirteen – only this time Natalie has learned how to cast spells and is determined to do things her way, no matter what the Spell Lords say...Praise for Spellfall:“Roberts knows exactly how to rack up the tension and create parallel universes.” The Guardian."Fantasy adventure with shades of Tolkien and Pullman. Superb." The Bookseller.
  • Spring

    Cynthia Amoroso, Robert B. Noyed

    eBook (The Child's World, Inc., Jan. 1, 2014)
    A very simple introduction to the spring season, when it occurs, and the weather associated with it.
  • Spring

    Tanya Thayer

    Paperback (LernerClassroom, Aug. 1, 2001)
    A basic overview of the spring season. Color photographs reflect the short, easy-to-understand sentences that improve vocabulary and comprehension.
  • Spring

    Dagny J. Olson, John Jo Ong

    language (Dagny J. Olson, March 25, 2013)
    In celebration of spring time, this brief read is perfect for the busy toddler. Spring's use of word repetition is well suited for the early developmental stages of young children. Simple and beautiful, "Chibi" illustrations keep parent and child alike scrolling through the pages. Each scene is sure to delight. Each concept features Spring at its finest!
  • Spring

    Egan Adams

    eBook (, July 21, 2019)
    Reading is not for everyone, but these short nature poems can be. Inspired by Wisconsin, the Mohave Desert, Michigan and Zion National Park, these four poems are quick and simple and intended to help readers relax and exercise their imaginations. Escape alone to a quiet place and enjoy. Read slowly, allowing the punctuation to guide your pauses, over and over until you find the rhythm of the rhyme. Reading out loud may be helpful. Then, close your eyes and imagine the places and things that are being described. Actual photos inspiring these poems can be found on the author’s Instagram page and website. Spring is the first volume of the four-volume Seasons series.
  • It's Spring!

    Mary Man-Kong, Random House

    Board book (Random House Books for Young Readers, Jan. 8, 2019)
    The characters from DreamWorks Trolls celebrate spring in a brand-new board book!Poppy, Branch, and Cloud Guy celebrate their favorite parts of spring--from flowers to rainbows and more--in this all-new Trolls board book! Boys and girls 0 to 3 will love the foil cover and exciting full-color illustrations!
  • Spring

    Rebecca Pettiford

    Paperback (Bellwether Media, Jan. 1, 2018)
    After the dead of winter, spring is sprung, and the world comes to life! Flowers bloom, animals wake from their long slumbers, and children splash in puddles as the sun warms the air. This bright read will refresh young readers as they learn about the sights, sounds, and activities of spring! Photo labels visual define glossary terms and other important words. ""Weather Watch"" sidebars highlight severe weather for each season. ""Earth's Position"" infographic highlights the cycle of seasons as the planet moves around the sun. Table of contents, glossary, index are also included.