SEASONAL CHANGE BOOKS
Topic Books about the Seasons for Children in EYFS & KS1
A Year Around the Great Oak by Gerda Muller
A lovely story that follows three children as they play, explore and watch the world go by from underneath their favourite, 300-year old oak tree. A beautifully detailed, seasonal story which depicts the passing of seasons over time in a tangible way for children to understand.
The Squirrel's Busy Year
It’s winter. It’s cold! The squirrels are digging up acorns to eat. But what will they eat in the spring when the acorns are gone? This beautiful picture book is the perfect introduction to the seasons and how the weather changes throughout the year.
Tree by Patricia Hegarty
Explore the beauty of the changing seasons in this timeless peek-through book with beautiful artwork and accompanying rhyming text. Following the life-cycle of a tree through spring, summer, autumn and winter, children will easily learn to recognise the signs of the seasons with this simple yet striking picture book.
The Story Orchestra: Four Seasons in One Day
Discover what it would be like to travel through the four seasons in one day! Watch as the little apple tree Isabelle carries with her buds, blossoms and loses its leaves as the seasons change, and hear music from Vivaldi's Four Seasons by pressing a button on each new spread.
by Julia Donaldson
Stick Man is lost and trying to get back to the family tree, with his Stick Lady Love and his Stick Children Three. Follow Stick Man on his long journey home, as the seasons pass and he avoids dangers at every turn. Will he ever make it home?
Little Bear's Spring
by Elli Woollard
Little Bear has just woken up from his winter sleep. The world is vast, white and silent. The only thing he sees is a little stone. He nestles it to his fur and off they go in search of friends. A story about friendship and a introduction to spring and seasonal change.
What Can You See in Spring?
by Sian Smith
In Spring, children are taken on a tour of things they can see in Spring. Beautiful photos, simple repeated text, high frequency and decodeable words and photo-to-text matching make this a perfect book for early readers to enjoy.