This sweet stack of Garden Books for Kids has the power to teach! Through the pages of great interactive books, kids can learn all kinds of things about plants.
There is nothing better than cuddling up with my kids reading books of all different kinds. Here are a few of our favorite garden-themed reads.
Over in the Meadow A beautiful book by John Langstaff. Published in 1973, this children’s book has been a favorite for many years.
Seeds by Wind and Water A wonderful book for teaching elementary age children about the natural world.
Garden Sounds Press the button and hear the sounds of the garden. Yes, this book takes a battery, but I promise each one you put in will last a long time!
Secrets of the Vegetable Garden This is one of the books in the Shine-a-Light book series. Pair this book with a flashlight and get ready to learn with your little reader.
How Groundhog’s Garden Grew A Scholastic paperback title. That made it especially fun to come across this sweet springtime read that would carry us into spring.
Plantzilla by Jerdine Nolen A silly read that older kids will find hilarious, and you might just find yourself laughing out loud, too! Just for reference, the main character in the story is a third-grader