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Seasons (Inglese) Copertina rigida – gen 2010

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Perfect for every season 21 maggio 2011
Di Madigan McGillicuddy - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
So often, translated children's books come off as beautiful, but stilted or odd, most certainly having lost something in the translation. Happily, that is not the case with this French import. Each page features an exploration of the season at hand, whether by smell, taste, feel, sight or sound. Spring offers green colors, beautiful smells of budding flowers, and the tickle of a ladybug. Summer brings fireflies, the smell of tomato and basil, verbena and mint, the sound of a summer thunder storm, and a day at the beach. Autumn features the smells of moss, mushrooms and wet ground, and of course, the crackling sounds of leaves. Winter brings the smell of woodsmoke and the silence of snow. The language is simple, clear, effective and universally appealing.

Swiss author Crausaz's background as a graphic designer is evident in her crisp, bright illustrations featuring a rosy-cheeked, pigtailed brunette little girl. Double-page spreads of the girl biting into a sandy peach, a nighttime silhouette of the garden, kids jumping in leaves, or a close-up of a mittened hand holding a snowball are all equally attractive.

Of course, this book would be a natural in the classroom, for a unit on the senses, or the seasons, but it's simple beauty and evocative text would make for a lovely storytime read-aloud as well. This book is so gorgeous, and the writing so lyrical, I wish it was eligible for some kind of award! Sadly, it's foreign pedigree rules it out for the Caldecott, and the brevity of the text means it's not a contender for the Batchelder award either. Can we invent an award specifically for this book? Because it is definitely the-best-picturebook-this-year-that-you've-probably-never-heard-of-but-totally-need. Highly recommended.
My favorite children's book! 21 giugno 2012
Di Momma - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
I don't normally write reviews but this book is so deserving! My favorite children's book! The pictures are so detailed and gorgeous! Those combined with the flow abd the words truly make me feel each description. Love love love it! Wish I could own it but it's unavailable right now. I just borrowed it from the local library.
Seasons 13 ottobre 2012
Di Ellen - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Our grandson who's almost 4 loves this book,its so relaxing just before he takes a nap and the illustrations are beautiful,so simple. Worth the money.
Five Stars 25 ottobre 2014
Di jek-a-go-go - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
Gorgeous illustrations. Simple words.
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Seeing and hearing and feeling the seasons 20 dicembre 2011
Di Debnance at Readerbuzz - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
Author/illustrator Crausaz walks us through the seasons by letting us feel and see and hear for a few moments a few key parts of each season.

"Now the fog is so thick it's hard to see.
It's winter.

The wood fire smells delicious, and the smoke from the fire looks like it's whispering to the clouds.

Shhh. Listen to the silence of the snow.

Cold hands? Don't stay out too long.

Have one last taste of snowflakes.

Because soon, the flower will start growing up through the snow, ready for...