Learn and explore with these cute and colorful ladybug books. Check out this list of our favorites your kids will absolutely love!
Ladybug Books Your Kids Will Love
Spring is in the air and my kids can’t spend enough time playing outside. They love to bring me flowers from our yard and catch bugs. My kids don’t like most bugs, but they love ladybugs. Rumor has it you can make a wish if one lands on you!
Ladybugs are red or orange with black spots and oh so cute. You can make this paper plate ladybug with your kids as a fun activity or try our bug scavenger hunt.
We have read a ton of ladybug books and decided to make a list of our favorite ones to share with you! Full of cute and colorful ladybug illustrations, counting, and hidden pictures to help them learn and explore.
15 Ladybug Books
Here’s our list of 15 ladybug books with links to order them for your bug or ladybug theme or just for your own collection. You don’t really need a reason to read ladybug books!
Ladybug Girl isn’t exactly about ladybugs, but about a girl that dresses like one. This series is SO cute! There are quite a few books in the series, but this one is the first. My daughter loves Ladybug Girl!
It’s A Good Thing There Are Ladybugs
It’s a Good Thing There Are Ladybugs is a nice short, informative reference book with colorful pictures to accompany lesson plans on ladybugs.
Are You A Ladybug?
Are You a Ladybug is perfect for reading aloud and teaches young readers about how life would be like to be a ladybug.
A Ladybug’s Life
A Ladybug’s Life is attractively illustrated and the author covers the life cycle of the lady bug well. Perfect for teaching as it is very informative.
The Grouchy Ladybug
The Grouchy Ladybug tells a tale of a bad-tempered ladybug that won’t say
“please” and “thank you,” wont share and wants to pick a fight with everyone. This ladybug book has colorful illustrations and a sweet message.
Ten Little Ladybugs
Ten Little Ladybugs is a great book for teaching your little ones how to count. It starts at ten and counts down from there.
Ladybug On The Move
Ladybug on the Move is an interactive book with thick pages for small hands. Kids can help “move” the little ladybug through all the different places she travels. Very “hands on” for story time.
What the Ladybug Heard
What the Ladybug Heard is a fun story with colorful pictures and the little ladybug is the hero that saves the day! Lots of different animals in this story and your kids will love making their sounds.
Look Out, Ladybug!
Look Out, Ladybug! is a silly book about a ladybug learning how to fly. The bright colored illustrations show various animals and their habitats, flowers and other bugs.
Lots of Ladybugs!
Lots of Ladybugs! is an exciting counting book where your little ones can find the hidden numbers and learn how to count by by fives.
Ladybugs: Red, Fiery, and Bright
Ladybugs: Red, Fiery, and Bright provides a look into the life cycle of a ladybug. This ladybug book illustrates their bright vivid red coats and shiny black spots.
Kai-lan and the Ladybug Festival
Kai-lan and the Ladybug Festival teaches young readers about the importance of listening to others ideas as Kai-lan and her friends get lost on the way to the Ladybug Festival.
The Very Lazy Ladybug
The Very Lazy Ladybug is a cute story about a ladybug that is too lazy to fly. Your kids will enjoy seeing how the ladybug finds different kinds of animals and thinks that she can sleep on their body parts instead of flying for herself.
Ladybugs is the perfect life cycles book with its beautiful illustrations and scientific vocabulary.
Ladybug (Life Cycles)
Ladybug (Life Cycles) doesn’t have the life cycle graph, but is very informative and has great photos for leaning all the steps of life aladybug.
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