May 2020 Books
It’s Gifts from the Garden Month! Learn about the world of gardening with these books …
The Little Gardener by Jan Gerardi
What does it take to plant a successful garden? It takes a little hard work, some care and a lot of patience. Accompanied by sweet illustrations, this book is a great intro to gardening.
Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt by Kate Messner, illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal
What plants grow in a garden? What kinds of animals live above the ground, and in the dirt? How do they help the special ecosystem that a garden needs to grow? This fun book explores what goes on in the garden and what we can see above ground and underground!
Grow: A Family Guide to Growing Fruits and Vegetables by Ben Raskin
Learn everything about growing your own garden of fruits and vegetables in this informative book. Filled with garden-themed games and activities, this book will inspire a green thumb!
May 20th is Water a Flower Day! Celebrate this blooming holiday with these books …
Trees, Leaves, Flowers and Seeds: A Visual Encyclopedia of the Plant Kingdom by DK
Dive into the fascinating world of plants, flowers, and trees! This encyclopedia is sure to excite with fun facts, photographs and fascinating info on everything flora.
Mrs. Peanuckle’s Flower Alphabet by Mrs. Peanuckle, illustrated by Jessie Ford
Explore the wonderful world of flowers with this whimsical encyclopedia. Packed with fun facts and illustrations, this book is a great way to practice ABCs while also learning about flowers.
I Can Grow a Flower by DK
This delightful book teaches you the exact steps on how to grow your own flower! In sixteen pages, children will learn how to plant a seed, water and take care of their flower. A great way to celebrate this holiday.
May 10th is Mother’s Day! Celebrate Mom with these books …
My Mom is Magical! by Sabrina Moyle, illustrated by Eunice Moyle
What makes moms so amazing? A silly and sweet tribute to mothers everywhere, with colorful illustrations.
And That’s Why She’s My Mama by Tiarra Nazario
What makes a mama a mama? Mamas come in all different shapes, sizes, colors, and ages. Some hold you in their belly and some don’t. Mamas become mamas in all different ways. A great story to read on Mother’s Day