Kite books for Spring

Kite books for Spring

People have enjoyed flying kites for thousands of years.  Kites have been used for warfare, research, and even pulling a carriage! However, today most people simply enjoy flying kites. With windy weather and warmer days, spring is a natural time to enjoy some kite flying. Festivals devoted to kite flying take place throughout the United States and the world during spring and summer. Here are some books about kites that we enjoy!

 

Picture books

Ping-Li’s Kite by Sanne te Loo

Henry and the Kite Dragon by Bruce Edward Hall

Little Chick by Amy Hest

Blown Away by Rob Biddulph

Horrible Bear by Ame Dyckman

Angel in Beijing by Belle Yang

Early Readers

Love is in the Air by Jonathan Fenske

My Kite is Stuck by Salina Yoo

Please Wind by Carol Greene

Toddler books

Things That Go

Be Careful, Icarus! by Joan Holub

Whether they are simple or incredibly complex, kites have been fascinating people for generations. We hope you take to the skies soon!

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