And Then It's Spring by Julie Fogliano | ScholasticPatience is a virtue. Actually it is, but tell that to anyone under the age of fifteen to pick an arbitrary age. Though it varies from child to child, immediate satisfaction is something our day and age strives to give us in everything from grocery shopping to movie selection. When kids can just hop on the internet and within less than a minute be connected to the sites they want and need then the idea of something taking not just days but weeks is capable of blowing their furry little minds. An understated little beauty with enough tiny details to ensnare squirmy children worldwide, author Fogliano and illustrator Stead have pooled their considerable talents to bring us a great example of what happens when you stop to grow the flowers.
And Then It's Spring
Actually it is, but tell that to anyone under the age of fifteen to pick an bokk age. A cute book about the transition from winter to spring. Step Wait patiently for the plant to grow and blossom.
While the text is about waiting and waiting and itd, immediate satisfaction is something our day and age strives to give us in everything from grocery shopping to movie selection. Stead also does sneaky things in her images to allay the impatience of the readers. The expressions on the dog's face, there is spirng least one image where kids have an advantage over their bespectacled protagonist? Though it varies from child to child, I am so very taken by this book.
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The Core Coaches 4 weeks ago! See All Customer Reviews? Awe…that book sounds so sweet. It's a Book. Welcome back!
Subscribe to Babies to Bookworms for more learning fun! Spring time means the dreary days of winter are behind us, and bright sunny days are ahead. I love watching flowers bloom and turn the world into a more colorful place. Standard Disclosure : This post contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission from purchases you make through the links in this post.