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Let It Fall Paperback – July 1, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
It is juvenile for the upper elementary but a perfect fit for my Kindergartener's!
There are other such seasonal book series on the market, but this is my favorite. I feel it captures each season the best - from start to finish, and has the best illustrations. The rhyming makes this book fun to read and approachable for all age groups.
I first bought the Let It Fall book when my daughter was 1. I then added the other seasons. She's three and a half now and still enjoys reading them.
I have to disagree with the reviewers who say this book or any of the series lacks substance. What I like so much about the books is the ability to draw conversation from what you see on the pages. There are so many great comprehension questions to ask, even to a 1 year old. The pictures are so rich, with so much going on, each time we read them there is something new to point out. That is what makes these books so great to read again and again. I never tire of them.
This book is the quintessential book for fall. I love that none of the books mention holidays specifically. That makes them relatable to so many different religious or cultural groups here in America. Moreover, the four books make a great gift pack for multiple age groups.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
my 2.5 year old remembers the rhymes easily and loves the picturesPublished 6 months ago by rll1980
This little 4 book series is a great intro to seasons and weather. The kids I work with love them!Published 19 months ago by Erilyne
Nice rhythmic prose for my music classroom, besides I have a lesson plan for it so kids can sing or play along on parts of it.Published 22 months ago by H Stathus
Such a cute book with great illustrations . My son loved it.Published 23 months ago by Mxracergirl77
I love fall, always have, and I enjoy reading books to the youngin's here about this beautiful season. Read morePublished on March 30, 2014 by John Thomas