And Then It's Spring

And Then It's Spring

Book - 2012
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Simple text reveals the anticipation of a boy who, having planted seeds while everything around is brown, fears that something has gone wrong until, at last, the world turns green.
Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781596436244
Branch Call Number: E FOGLIANO
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Stead, Erin E - Illustrator

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creiling
Mar 13, 2016

I LOVED the illustrations in this book. Plus, because green is my child's favorite color, he loves the transformation to green that this book demonstrates.

Anne__O Apr 02, 2015

A beautifully illustrated, poetic book about the long wait for Spring.

KRockstar10 Aug 14, 2013

Not as delightful as "If You Want to See a Whale", but I did enjoy the illustrations.

kimrae Apr 27, 2013

A delightful book that encourages us about Spring. Illustrations are wonderful and captures our delight when Spring finally arrives.

SCL_Preschool May 18, 2012

A current favourite of SCL Youth Services staff. Using wonderful language and beautiful illustrations, this book captures precisely how springtime arrives in places that endure long winters!

ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD Jan 31, 2012

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.

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May 02, 2013

Roz_and_her_boys thinks this title is suitable for 7 years and under

ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD Jan 31, 2012

ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 4 and 8

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ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD Jan 31, 2012

A boy, his dog, his turtle, a rabbit, and various assorted birds go out on a day that wavers between blue and gray skies. Says the book, “First you have brown, all around you have brown.” Armed with a wagon of seeds the boy sets about planting each one systematically, burying them under little mounds of dirt. The sun and the rain come but there is no green to be seen. A week passes and the boy worries about the seeds and whether or not they’ve been eaten by birds or crushed by bears. Another week passes and another until one day the brown is all gone, “and now you have green, all around you have green.” And there, pushing through the earth, the seedlings make their debut.

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ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD Jan 31, 2012

“First you have brown, all around you have brown.”

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