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Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms Hardcover – February 10, 2009
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He rushed off to warn the birds first and told them they had come back from the south too soon. They first wanted to warn the porcupine before they flew back south. Next Fletcher and Porcupine rushed off to warn Squirrel about the snow swirling around the orchard. So many others needed to be warned, including the rabbits. When they all rushed off to the orchard to see the swirling snow, they were in for a bit surprise. Poor Fletcher was "feeling very silly," once he got back to the orchard!
This is a wonderful little story that will appeal to a wide range of children. The art work is simply charming and the numerous full-page, colorful illustrations are beautiful. The illustration, with Fletcher lying beneath two trees, on the last page has a slightly raised design sprinkled with glitter. This story will illustrate to children that sometimes it is perfectly natural to make mistakes, especially if they are trying to help someone else. This would be an excellent read aloud and discuss book.
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Beautifully told and illustrated! My 4 year old grandaughter loves this book! I would highly recommend adding this to your book collectionPublished on April 27, 2014 by Theresa McGrath