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Spring is a great time to study strawberries. Plant some seeds, watch them grow, and read about their life cycle in these books about strawberries.
Whether you’re focusing on strawberries, studying seeds in general, or gearing up to plant your spring garden, you’ll love reading these strawberry-themed picture books with your preschoolers.
Scrumptious Books About Strawberries
Fill your book basket with a great collection of picture books about strawberries. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them on Amazon by clicking the links below.
Young readers will follow each step in the cycle from planting seeds to eating yummy strawberries in From Seed to Strawberry.
A small boy and a big bear embark on a berry-picking extravaganza in Jamberry.
In Life Cycle: Strawberries, readers get a close-up view of the life of a strawberry.
The Very Berry Counting Book introduces young readers to counting with North American berries like blueberries and strawberries.
First Woman and the Strawberry is a Cherokee legend that tells the story of an argument between First Man and First Woman and how the first strawberry was created.
The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher is a wordless picture book in which an old woman is pursued by a strange man with a passion for strawberries.
Kids will explore and connect with their surroundings in Five Senses Strawberry Book.
The First Strawberries in another variation of the Cherokee legend that explains how strawberries came to be.
Strawberry Girl will make a great read-aloud for older preschoolers. They’ll follow Birdie Boyer as she and her family try to make a farm in Florida.
When Strawberry’s friends decide to celebrate her, the only thing Orange Blossom can think to give her is a great big hug? Will that be good enough? Find out in We Love You, Strawberry Shortcake.
In Strawberries are Red, preschoolers learn the colors of different fruits and get a tasty surprise on the last page.
On a mission to bake a strawberry pie, Mimi the Baby Elephant goes on an adventure. Read all about it in Mimi the Elephant and the Strawberry Pie.
The Strawberry Garden offers kids lessons about the progress of nature, about bravery and about sharing.
In Do Turtles Eat Strawberries, a family tries to discover who is eating the strawberries down in the strawberry patch.
Little Mouse worries that the big, hungry bear will take his freshly picked, ripe, red strawberry in The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear.
Strawberry Freckleface learns to live with her freckles because they make her different from everybody else.
In Strawberry Chicken, a young chicken moves from the country to a new city, makes new friends, and encounters a diversity challenge.
What are your favorite picture books about strawberries?