When K picked this book out I thought it would be more a good story getting us ready for Spring.
The book seemed dull to me and maybe that was because it wasn't brightly... Read more
Was a boring book. Yes you need to wait for the seeds to grow..... yes you need to have patience to wait for them to sprout.... let alone fruit or flower.... Read morePublished 6 months ago by ScotFlower
I bought this book because of reading her other book, "If you want to see a whale" which I fell in love with. The wording is very creative and imaginative in both stories. Read morePublished 6 months ago by James Albert Davis
I love this book.....more than my kids! It's beautiful, and feels like a snapshot of real life--lots of waiting and working through the dull winter to find the transformation that... Read morePublished 7 months ago by JennaRuth
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 9 months 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 14 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 14 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 15 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 15 months ago by Bianca Behrisch Chappell