A Book for Each Day of March is Reading Month

I love books and I love spring, so I jump headfirst into March is Reading Month every year. I don’t know about you, but we go through cycles of reading the same books at bedtime over and over and over again with our daughter (looking at you, Paw Patrol: Jungle Pups).

For March is Reading Month, challenge yourself to shake things up. Find new books to read with your kiddos, or revisit old favorites. Discover new authors and expand your horizons. Have your kiddo close their eyes and randomly pick library books off the shelf. Although, learn from my mistakes and only let them choose one book from each shelf. Otherwise you’ll end up with 12 different versions of Pete the Cat.

To help you out, I’ve assembled a list of great picture books to check out this month. For a fun twist, I’ve aligned my recommendations with national and international day/week/month awareness and cause designations. 

Shows bookshelf full of different colored picture books.

Lansing Mom is here to share our tried and true favorites. This post does contain affiliate links that help support our small business but every product is something we love!

31 Books for March is Reading Month


Screenshot of Dreamers, by Yuyi Morales

Screenshot of book cover. We Are Water Protectors, by Carol LIndstrom

screenshot of Julian is a Mermaid, by Jessica Love

These are just a few books we love at our house. I hope you enjoy them as much as we do and decide to expand your horizons for March is Reading Month. Happy Reading!

For more books to share with your kids this month, check out this wonderful list.


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