Our Favorite Kids’ Books for Spring

What does Spring bring? Sunshine, warmth, flowers in bloom…and a ton of great books for kids! Whether snuggling up and reading with your little one or encouraging the growing young readers in your life, you’ll find awesome reads for kids of all ages! Here are some of our favorite books for the springtime:

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Brave Girls Confidential

Why it’s great:

A wonderful gift for any young girl with great content and beautiful full-color design. Join Brave Girls Faith, Hope, Glory, Gracie, and Honor as they discover how much they are loved and they learn what it means to live godly lives in their homes, schools, and communities.

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Channing O’Banning and the Rainforest Rescure

Why it’s great:

Young readers will love stepping into the world of 4th grade artist Channing O’Banning. What Happens When Your Least Favorite Person Is Your Only Hope for Rescue? Through her wild and fun escapades, Channing learns just how important it is to keep the earth—and friendships—healthy.

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Channing O’Banning and the Turquoise Trail

Why it’s great:

A dinosaur dig and a search for a lost ring will take readers ages 6–10 on a hilarious adventure with Channing O’Banning! Channing discovers that art comes in many different forms—and that God is the greatest artist of all.

Releasing September 26

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God Bless My Boo Boo

Why it’s great:

God Bless My Boo Boo is the perfect remedy for healing little hurts with a healthy dose of love! Even the smallest scratches, bumps, and scrapes can sometimes be traumatic for little ones. When simple injuries happen, God Bless My Boo Boo is like a warm hug that helps ease the pain.

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God Bless My School

Why it’s great:

Perfect for starting daycare, preschool, and kindergarten, this padded board book young children to all the exciting things that school will bring.

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Parable Treasury

Why it’s great:

Sure to be a family favorite, these four beloved books feature simplicity and creative storytelling for all the seasons. Includes The Pumpkin Patch ParableThe Pine Tree ParableThe Parable of the Lily, and The Sunflower Parable.

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Henry Hodges Needs a Friend

Why it’s great:

This hilarious rhyming story, complete with charming art, offers comfort to children who often feel left out or are in need of a good friend. At some point, almost every child struggles with feeling like they don’t fit in or are left out—just like Henry Hodges.

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Say & Pray Devotions

Why it’s great:

Say & Pray Devotions features short devotions and lots of labeled illustrations so your little one can practice identifying objects and words on their own! This book is a great tool to start a devotional time with little ones, as it will help you teach them about God, and the labeled pictures will help start a life of faith.

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Gabby’s Stick-to-It Day

Why it’s great:

An excellent tool to help teach your little girls about perseverance, this wonderfully illustrated book follows Gabby, God’s Little Angel, as she tries to keep up with her charge Sophie, who always manages to find trouble in everything she does.

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I Love You Just Because

Why it’s great:

I Love You Just Because by Donna Keith is the perfect way to show kids that their parents love them just because. With sweet, playful art that depicts family dynamics that are grounded in unconditional love and a simple text, this book is a great way for families to introduce the concept of unconditional love to young children. Perfect for bedtime or anytime reading!

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Your Turn

What books do you love reading with your kids? Which books are you most excited about? We’d love to hear from you in the comments!

 

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