So much can happen in a single day – rain, sun, work, and rest, and all of it is perfect and beautiful.
On a cold winter morning, grandmother writes, “Dear Rebecca, winter is here”. Read on to experience the many swift changes of winter grandmother describes in her letter.
In November the air turns crisp and cold. Families, animals, and insects all gather together for warmth. This is a great book to share with students to celebrate the month of November.
A story of all the wonderful things to do in the summer, illustrated by beautiful cut-paper illustrations.
These quilted images follow Mother Earth and her children as they wake up flowers, paint beetles, an play together until winter comes again.
This book examines the life of a scarecrow, taking the reader from its construction to its daily activities like interacting with garden creatures. The scarecrow shows great patience and perseverance, and we see how valuable those traits can be for a gardener. Children will enjoy watching the gardening process through the eyes of the friendly scarecrow.
A Chinese story about discovering the greatest power in the world.
The scarecrow longs to be friends with the animals who live in his field, but they are too afraid to come near him. One winter day he is disguised by a snowstorm and the animals decide he isn’t so scary after all.
In autumn, the wind blows a tiny seed off of a flower, and the seed embarks on a long journey. Avoiding the hot sun and deep ocean, the tiny seed lands on the ground and grows into an enormous flower. Eventually, it sends its own seeds away. Eric Carle’s magnificent collages and inspiring message of perseverance teach a valuable lesson about the life of a seed.
When the weaver looks at her flock of sheep, she sees the rainbows that she weaves from their fleece. This book takes the reader on the journey that wool makes from sheep to finished object.