Best Books to Read Over Spring Break

March 11, 2021
Best Books to Read Over Spring Break

Spring is in the air, and so is our Spring Break Reading Challenge! Our little readers may have a break from school right now, but it’s the perfect reading time and a chance to read some of our favorite books about spring. All of these books can be found at Osceola County libraries!

Book cover of Singing in the Rain by Tim Hopgood for Osceola Reads Spring Break Reading Challenge

Singing in the Rain by Tim HopgoodSpringtime calls for the classic Broadway number “Singing in the Rain” performed by Gene Kelly. Raise umbrellas and dance with joy through this storybook which celebrates the glory of clouds and rain. Just be sure to grab your rain boots before jumping in any puddles!

Book cover of Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring by Kennard Pak for Osceola Reads Spring Break Reading Challenge

Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring by Kennard Pak With spring comes longer days, more green around the neighborhood, and animals creeping out from their warm dens. This book follows a boy and his dog as they explore nature and take a stroll through the countryside, greeting all the signs of the coming season!

Book cover of Abracadabra, It’s Spring! by Anne Sibley O’Brien for Osceola Reads Spring Break Reading Challenge

Abracadabra, It’s Spring! by Anne Sibley O’Brien Celebrate the magic of nature and the changing of seasons when winter turns into spring! One day there is a blanket of snow, and the next, flowers fill the field in colors we can’t even think of. The excitement of spring’s arrival with rhymes will get any little reader giddy about the springtime.

Book cover of Frog and Toad are Friends by Arnold Lobel for Osceola Reads Spring Break Reading Challenge

Frog and Toad are Friends by Arnold LobelOur favorite iconic pair celebrate springtime when Frog joyously wakes up a hibernating Toad so they can resume their fun together! These best friends have a great adventure to share in this story. Our Spring Break Reading Challenge starts March 13, 2021! Be sure to share with us what you are reading using #ORSpringBreakReadingChallenge. For more information about our Spring Break Reading Challenge, click below.

https://www.osceolareads.com/spring-break-reading-challenge

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Daughter and mom reading Osceola Reads together