2019 Picture Books: Seasons

Winter, spring, summer, or fall. All you have to do is…look up the call number.

James Taylor, anyone, anyone?

I get asked to do season specific storytimes at preschools and daycares more than any other theme. Here are some 2019 picture books about seasons to add to your library collections.

Check out the other posts in my 2019 Picture Book series:

I am a huge fan of Green’s illustrations and I think she’ll bring the seasons alive in this one.
If you haven’t seen this series by Witek, definitely check them out.
Celebrate nature and the changing of the seasons.


Celebrate the winter solstice.
The moon has a mustache! Hee hee hee hee.
A little boy helps a snowball experience all four seasons.
Since living in Vancouver I can actually relate to snow in the winter.
Admittedly, this is more about cats than winter.
This book is described as festive so it might have something to do with the holidays.
Hop on a snowplow and make your way through a snowstorm.
Set during winter, a young girl uses her imagination to combat bullying. Noting for the inclusion of two moms and Vietnamese American character.
Will winter bring what his heart desires?
Hate to break it to you, buddy…
A wonderful winter activity.
A sneaky STEM title.
Winter is full of beautiful colours.
Two best friends have different ideas of the best way to spend winter.
Part of a series – see below for fall.
A nonfiction pick about how animals handle the chilly season.


Love all of her nonfiction titles!
Part of the Taking a Walk series.
Goodbye, snowball.


A concept book about colours and counting set during autumn.
Follow an autumn leaf after it falls from its tree.
A father and son venture into the woods to find the perfect show-and-tell object.
A nonfiction pick that explains why leaves change colour.


Rotner is one of my favourite nonfiction picture book authors.
A boy learns about sea glass during a summer trip to the beach.
Part of the Taking a Walk series.
A Chinese folktale comes to life.
Loving those pool vibes in the title.

Looks like winter is having a year. Could it be because….winter is coming?! Let me know which ones you are looking forward to reading in the comments!

2 thoughts on “2019 Picture Books: Seasons

    1. That’s a great one! I think it came out a few years ago though. This list is only 2019 titles which is why many favourites are missing.

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