Waldorf and Nature-Inspired Spring Reading List

For Children

Spring by Gerda Muller

The Story of the Root Children by Sibylle von Olfers

The Story of the Butterfly Children by Sibylle von Olfers

How Robin Saved Spring by Debbie Ouellett

A New Beginning by Wendy Pfeffer

A New Day by Ronald Heuninck

Home for a Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown

Emma’s Lamb by Kim Lewis

Lily and the Fairy House by Jane Tanner

Up in the Garden, Down in the Dirt by Kate Messner

Make Way For Ducklings by Robert McCloskey

The Listening Walk by Paul Showers

Who Likes Rain? by Wong Yee

The Very Busy Spider Eric Carle

Eggs for the Hunting by Reg Down

A Year on our Farm by Penny Matthews

Rosalind and the Little Deer by Elsa Beskow

Thumbelina by Elsa Beskow

The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams

Little Sarah’s Big Boots by Paulette Bourgeois

The New Baby Calf by Barbara Reid

For Adults

Book of the Heart- The Poetics, Letters, and Life of John Keats by Andrés Rodríguez

Christianity as Mystical Fact by Rudolf Steiner

Celebrating Festivals with Children by Freya Jaffke

Easter The Legends and the Facts by Eleanor C Merry

Seven Times the Sun- Guiding Your Child through the Rhythms of the Day by Shea Darian

Keeping a Nature Journal by Clare Walker Leslie & Charles E Roth

 

For Easter

See the Waldorf-Inspired Easter reading list here.

 

Other Seasonal Reading Lists from Whole Family Rhythms

Waldorf-Inspired Spring Reading List

Waldorf-Inspired Summer Reading List

Waldorf-Inspired Autumn Reading List

Waldorf-Inspired Winter Reading List

 

 

 

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6 Responses to Waldorf and Nature-Inspired Spring Reading List

  1. Do you only have these books out? Or others, I have an endless book mess because we have a big kids bookshelf in the girls room!

    • Yes for the younger children I have the season’s themed books out in a basket by the couch a well as in a little book shelf in their bedroom for before bedtime. The rest of their books are put away. My son who is 9 and my daughter who is 7 have a few more selections in their rooms- chapter books and reference books but even these I try to keep to a minimal- it is difficult!

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