Holiday and season themed children’s books is just one of those details that makes my heart swoon. Even with all of my years as an elementary school teacher, my mommy heart knows that although it may seem like a fun extra, having relevant books on hand for kiddos to read helps them to make personal connections to what they’re reading. As we approach holidays or seasons, kids will connect what they’re reading with what’s happening in their world. Plus, they’re darn cute and fun 🙂 It’s also a great way to have your older kiddos read to your littles. I ordered these bookshelves for my youngest son’s nursery to store highlight to featured books apart from his every day ones.
St. Patrick’s Day is one of my FAVORITE holidays of all time (must be all this Irish blood and my love of the land from my trip there)! Leprechauns, Celtic music, corned beef and potatoes, rainbows and gold…what’s not to love?! I couldn’t wait to put together a book list of the absolute best children’s books to celebrate, so I hope you’re feeing lucky 😉
What I love most is that these books can be stored and used every year for years to come. Even when your babies turn into big kids, these titles are classics and will be loved for a long time. Simply click on the title of each book below to be brought right to the shopping link, or click on the picture of each book at the bottom of this post to shop as well (swipe through to see all of the books on my list)!
Enjoy this reading “pot of gold”, you little leprechaun!
Our favorite St. Patrick’s Day Books
- How to Catch a Leprechaun
- Ten Lucky Leprechauns
- Baby’s 1st Series: St. Patrick’s Day
- Pete the Cat and The Great Leprechaun Chase
- Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Curious George
- The Story of St. Patrick’s Day
- Elmo’s Lucky Day
- The Itsy Bitsy Leprechaun
- St. Patrick’s Day
- The Luckiest St. Patrick’s Day Ever
- Jamie O’Rourke and The Big Potato
- Pout Pout Fish: Lucky Leprechaun
- You’re My Lucky Charm
- There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover
- The Night Before St. Patrick’s Day
- Liam the Leprechaun Loves to Fart