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I really enjoyed the book, it's a little "slow" and "artsy" for the younger kids but I generally look for books that entertain me as well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by EJH
Oh my. This book is fabulous. The illustrations and sweet story of waiting for earth to awaken is just delightful! The whole family's new favorite.Published 6 months ago by Rebecca C.
After the long cold winter here,the book served as a reminder that sunshine eventually returns. Since we live in a rural area the preschool group I read the book to we're familiar... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mary J. Aschim
If spring hadn't come complete with a stupid glacier this year, this book would have made more sense. Read morePublished 7 months ago by treocyn
This book has a great concept. At the beginning everything is brown and the boy starts planting seeds, he watches the rain and builds a ring swing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bianca Behrisch Chappell
Fantastic, simple story about waiting for spring. Illustrations are gorgeous, story is wonderfully homey and welcoming. Definately my new favorite.Published 8 months ago by Romance reader
I am big on celebrating the seasons and this is a wonderful addition to our books on Spring. The story is simple and leaves a lot to the imagination interpreting the illustrations. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Yum Yums
What a beautiful book in words and illustrations. At this time of year, Feb. 2, everyone has been waiting for the groundhog, and, of course, we have all been told that we have 6... Read morePublished 9 months ago by prisrob
It's beautiful and sensitive! The writing and pictures! A book adults and children should have in their library. It gives us a moment of emotion and peace.Published 12 months ago by Angela Maria Bedran