Preschool Weather Books
5 Little Ducks
By: Dennis Fleming
Each day, Papa Duck goes out with his ducklings but on Monday only four come back, on Tuesday only three, but on Saturday all return when he calls and on Sunday, they stay home and rest.
Bear Wants More
By: Karma Wilson
When spring comes, Bear wakes up very hungry and is treated to great food by his friends.
Bedtime for Little Bears!
By: David Bedford
"Mother Bear coaxes Little Bear to sleep by taking one final walk through the snow to see other creatures preparing for bedtime." --MeL
By: Joyce Sidman
Let snow fall overnight and change the world before morning, making it "slow and delightful and white."
Best in Snow
By: April Sayre
"A photographic non-fiction picture book about the wonder of snowfall and the winter water cycle"--Provided by publisher.
Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms
By: Julia Rawlinson I
When Fletcher the fox finds the ground covered in white, he rushes to warn the other animals that spring snow has fallen, but when they follow him back to the meadow they find something much more fun.
Frosty the Snowman
By: Steve Nelson
An illustrated version of the familiar song in which a snowman, who was brought to life by an old silk hat, has great fun playing with the children who built him.
If You Plant a Seed
By: Kadir Nelson
While planting seeds in their garden, two animals learn the value of kindness.
By: Jan Brett
Several animals sleep snugly in Nicki's lost mitten until the bear sneezes.
By: Mary Lyn Ray
"As winter melts into spring, the frozen earth turns into magnificent mud." --MeL
By: Kevin Henkes
After helping her mother weed, water, and chase the rabbits from their garden, a young girl imagines her dream garden complete with jellybean bushes, chocolate rabbits, and tomatoes the size of beach balls.
Over and Under the Snow
By: Kate Messner
Over the snow, the world is hushed and white, but under the snow is a secret world of squirrels and snowshoe hares, bears and bullfrogs, and many others who live outside in the woods during the winter.
Penguin and Pinecone
By: Salina Yoon
Penguin and Pinecone form an unlikely friendship, even when they must live far apart.
By: Linda Ashman
As an old man grumbles his way through a rainy morning, spreading gloom, his neighbor, a young child, spreads cheer while hopping through puddles in frog-themed rainwear.
The Snowy Day
By: Ezra Jack Keats
The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day.
Spring for Sophie
By: Yael Werber
Sophie listens and watches for the signs of spring--the melting ice, the blue sky--until one day the raindrops come and spring is here.
Spring Is Here
By: Will Hillenbrand
Excited that spring has finally arrived, Mole tries--unsuccessfully--to wake up Bear, but then he comes up with the perfect plan.
Stranger in the Woods
By: Carl Sams
Forest animals, awakened by the birds' warning that there is a stranger in the woods, set out to discover if there is danger and find, instead, a wonderful surprise.
The Tiny Seed
By: Eric Carle
A simple description of a flowering plant's life cycle through the seasons.
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.
Up, Down, and Around
By: Katherine Ayres
A garden produces a variety of edible plants, such as corn that grows up, onions that grow down, and tomato vines that twine all around.
Waiting for Wings
By: Lois Ehlert
"Every spring, butterflies emerge and dazzle the world with their vibrant beauty. But where do butterflies come from? How are they born? What do they eat--and how?" --Amazon
Walking in a Winter Wonderland
By: Richard Smith
"The text of the classic Christmas song is accompanied by colorful illustrations that depict such nostalgic activities as sleigh rides, family hikes through snow-covered woods, and making snowmen." --MeL
Who Likes Rain?
By: Wong Yee
As a young girl splashes in the rain, she plays a guessing game with the reader about other living things that enjoy a cloudburst.
Winter is the Warmest Season
By: Lauren Stringer
A child describes pleasant ways to stay warm during the winter, from sipping hot chocolate and eating grilled cheese sandwiches to wearing wooly sweaters and sitting near a glowing fireplace.