Our friend, Sarah the librarian, has been enjoying the changes of spring with us. She’s been watching spring plants bloom in the Glouster library garden. She’s checked on the little tadpoles growing in the vernal pools at the Trimble Community Forest. And she’s also been reading books about spring!
Whether you want to identify a wildflower or enjoy a good story, Sarah has a book for you! Next time you need to relax after a tromp in the woods, try reading one of these:
- Peterson First Guide to Wildflowers of Northeastern and North-Central North America, by Roger Tory Peterson
- Wildflowers around the year, by Hope Ryden
- Spring, by Emily C. Dawson
- Frog and toad are friends, by Arnold Lobel
- Mud makes me dance in the spring, by Charlotte Agel
- Sugarbush spring, by Marsha Wilson Chall; illustrated by Jim Daly.
- Hooray for spring! by Kazuo Iwamura