by Shelley Rotner and Anne Love Woodhull
Every season brings special things to notice in nature, not to mention special things... read more
Every season brings special things to notice in nature, not to mention special things to do, from planting in spring to swimming in summer, picking pumpkins in fall to sledding in winter. The cycle of the seasons and many things to appreciate about each time of year are celebrated in a shining photoessay featuring images of diverse children engaging in an array of seasonal activities. A spare, lyrical text in the voice of a child comments on the many things to see and do at each time of year, creating an endless cycle of reasons for loving each season. (Ages 4–8)
© Cooperative Children's Book Center, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, 2008
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