Thursday, March 17, 2011

Discovering Waldorf...Spring!!


Hey there beautiful friends...so today I'm a guest blogger over at the Magic Onions, (as a part of the Discovering Waldorf series)!  The post is all about Spring, with some ideas to help you celebrate the season! 


I'd love to know, as I notice I am seriously lacking in the Spring book department...what are some of your favourite "Spring" books for the kids?

xo maureen

7 comments:

  1. I was wondering about spring books too! I have always been one to be into books for holidays, but I'm loving the seasonal book baskets I see on waldorf blogs, only I have no idea what to put in them! On my way over to read your post!

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  2. We love...
    The Root Children by Sybille Von Olfers
    How Robin Saved Spring by Debbie Ouellett
    Make Way For Ducklings by Robert McCloskey
    A New Beginning by Wendy Pfeffer
    The Rainbabies by Laura Krauss
    The Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter
    The Barefoot Book of Earth Tales
    The Barefoot Book of Faeries
    Pelle's New Suit by Elsa Beskow
    The Easter Egg by Jann Brett
    The Country Bunny and the Little Golden Shoes by Dubose Heyward
    A Seed Is Sleepy by Diana Hutts Aston
    An Egg Is Quiet by Diana Hutts Aston
    Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    Bird Songs by Les Beletsky
    Oh Say Can You Seed (cat in the hat)
    On Beyond Bugs (cat in the hat)
    I Can Name 50 Tree Today (cat in the hat)
    DK Reader Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
    The Icky Bug COunting Book by Jerry Pallotta

    We love to read spring as much as we love to play in it!

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  3. My little girl particularly likes The Curious Garden and although not a spring book, per se, she also likes Uno's Garden too.

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  4. Hi, I got some pics ready of our spring book collection going to post up soon x

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  5. One of the ones we love is
    Gotta Go Gotta Go!(to Mexic) by Swope (I think)about a little monarch butterfly.
    James and the Rain by Karla Kuskin
    Block City by Robert Louis Stevenson (illus by Ashley Wolff) It's about some inside time on a rainy day.
    Feathers (poems about birds) by Eileen Spinelli
    Sector 7 by David Wiesner (Wordless and Clouds)
    Hmm maybe I just miss the Northwest rain in spring!

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  6. We love "The Story of the Butterfly Children" and anything Beatrix Potter.

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