Toddler Weather Books
Abracadabra, It’s Spring!
By: Anne O'Brien
"Winter turns to spring in this lyrical book that celebrates the magic of nature and the changing seasons. Eleven gatefolds open to recreate the excitement and surprise of spring's arrival"-- Provided by publisher.
The Ants Go Marching: A Count-and-Sing Book
By: Priscilla Burris
"This count-and-sing board book reinforces counting from 1 to 5 and counting in groups." --MeL
Bear & Hare snow!
By: Emily Gravett
Friends Bear and Hare go out and play in the snow.
By: Sarvinder Naberhaus
An exploration of the four seasons, told through each season's distinct sounds.
By: Petr Horáček
"Lucy's garden is full of oclorful creaturs that wriggle and spin, scurry and slither." --MeL
By: Cindy Jenson-Elliott
"A little boy digs, plays, and explores in his garden." --MeL
By: Jane Yolen
Dimity Duck and Frumity Frog have a fun day together in the pond, then go home when it gets dark outside.
By: David McKee
Elmer the patchwork elephant experiences wind, storms, fog, snow, and other kinds of weather.
The First Day of Winter
By: Denise Fleming
A snowman comes alive as the child building it adds pieces during the first ten days of winter.
I See Fall
By: Charles Ghigna
Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text show what makes autumn special, from colorful leaves and pumpkins to Halloween and Thanksgiving festivities.
In the Snow
By: Sharon Phillips Denslow
Forest animals come out after a fresh snow to eat the seeds a thoughtful child has scattered on the ground.
In the Tall, Tall Grass
By: Denise Fleming
Rhymed text (crunch, munch, caterpillars lunch) presents a toddler's view of creatures found in the grass from lunchtime till nightfall, such as bees, ants, and moles.
By: Nicola Smee
"Mr. Horse has invited all the barnyard animals into his sleigh, and Cat, Dog, Pig, and Duck couldn’t be more excited. Soon, they’re holding on tight and dashing through the snow with bells jingle-jingling all the way." --Amazon
Kipper’s Book of Weather
By: Mick Inkpen
"Kipper the dog experiences rain, sun, snow, ice, fog, wind, hail, and finally, a rainbow." --MeL
By: Eugenie Fernandes
A young kitten explores the wilderness as other animals celebrate spring.
Let It Shine
By: Maryann Cocca-Leffler
"Follow the adventures of a group children and their parents as they enjoy the warmth of a sunny summer vacation." --MeL
By: Cynthia Rylant
"During the first snowy day of winter, five little penguins bundle up and venture outside to play"-- Provided by publisher.
The Little Raindrop
By: Joanna Gray
"From cloud to puddle, and puddle to stream, Little Raindrop is making its way on the remarkable journey that is Earth's water cycle"-- Provided by publisher.
Lola Plants a Garden
By: Anna McQuinn
Lola plants a flower garden with her parent's help, and watches it grow.
Maisy’s Wonderful Weather Book
By: Lucy Cousins
"Whatever the weather, Maisy knows how to have fun! Lift the flaps and pull the tabs to learn all about weather. Perfect for children 24 months and older." --MeL
Millions of Snowflakes
By: Mary McKenna Siddals
As snow begins to fall, a child counts the flakes, enjoying every one.
Mouse’s First Snow
By: Lauren Thompson
A mouse tries many new things when he and his father go out and play in the snow.
Mouse’s First Spring
By: Lauren Thompson
A mouse and its mother experience the delights of nature on a windy spring day.
No Two Alike
By: Keith Baker
Follows a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey through a winter landscape, where everything everywhere, from branches and leaves to forests full of trees, is unique.
Peppa Pig and the Muddy Puddles
By: Neville Astley
"There’s so much rain! When Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig tuck them into bed, Peppa and her little brother, George, dream of all the puddles there will be to jump in the next day. Little do they know that the rain is turning their house into an island surrounded by water — making for a different kind of adventure for everyone!" --MeL
Planting a Rainbow
By: Lois Ehlert
A mother and child plant a rainbow of flowers in the family garden.
A Rainbow of My Own
By: Don Freeman
A small boy imagines what it would be like to have his own rainbow to play with.
By: Wendy Cheyette Lewison
A young girl and her dog find many things to count on a rainy day, both as they play outside and after they come home to a warm, dry house.
By: Patricia Lakin
Four young crocodiles find all sorts of ways to keep busy on a rainy day.
By: Lita Judge
At night, a host of woodland creatures plays with a child's red sled.
By: Manya Stojic
As snow approaches and begins to fall, Moose, Bear, Fox, and other forest creatures prepare for winter.
Snow! Snow! Snow!
By: Lee Harper
A father and his two sons spend a perfect day sledding together.
By: Lois Ehlert
Some children create a family out of snow. Includes labeled pictures of all the items they use, as well as information about how snow is formed.
By: Amy Gibson
"When a little girl ventures out into a spring rain with her dog, singing a simple, plain, pitter-patter rain song, her neighbors soon join her for some muddy-day fun." --MeL
By: Stephen Savage
"When the city is hit by a colossal snowstorm, only one superhero can save the day. But who is this mysterious hero, and why does he disappear once his job is done?"-- Provided by publisher.
Tracks in The Snow
By: Wong Yee
A little girl investigates tracks in the snow, trying to determine what could have made them.
Under My Hood I Have a Hat
By: Karla Kuskin
A child describes the many layers of clothing needed to brave the winter weather.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
By: Eric Carle
Contains die-cut pages that illustrate the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep.
What Does Bunny See?
By: Linda Sue Park
A rabbit wanders through the various flowers and colors of a cottage garden.
When Spring Comes
By: Kevin Kenkes
"Animals and children alike watch as the world transforms from the dark and dead of winter to a full and blooming spring"-- Provided by publisher.
Will You Be My Friend?
By: Nancy Tafuri
Bird comes to feel less shy when Bunny helps her rebuild her ruined nest, showing her what a good friend can be.
By: Jean Taft
"Join in the rainy-day fun as kids splash through the puddles, affecting another weather enthusiast, a nearby worm. The worm delights in the weather just as much as the kids"-- Provided by publisher.