Best friends Agnes Pig and Clarabelle Chicken share their favorite activities for each season, from collecting hazelnuts in winter, to celebrating Clarabelle's birthday in spring, to spending a day at the beach in summer, to buying new sneakers in autumn.
Ava is delighted when she discovers a red poppy in the field of her house. She sits with the flower in the sunny days of summer and shields it in the rain until one day the petals start to drop and the beautiful flower fades. But when spring comes again, Ava is surpised anew.
In the spring, a blue bird awakens a rabbit and invites him to play, and they enjoy every day together until it is time for the bird to fly south for the winter, with a promise to return again next spring.
A lion finds a wounded bird in his garden and decides to care for it through the winter. When spring arrives, the bird's flock returns. The bird goes off with its flock. Lion is sad. But autumn brings a wonderful surprise.
Illustrations and rhyming text describe all the special things a Puerto Rican boy enjoys doing with his grandparents throughout the year.
**NOTE: This bilingual book is shelved in the Spanish-language section.
An admiring granddaughter hikes in all seasons with Grandma, the quintessential North Woods girl. Together they see squirrels gathering nuts, hear wood frogs peep, inhale piney scents, and choose the finest skipping stone.
In Fibonacci's Field, Lonely and Chalk Rabbit meet, snuggle together, and then spend a year trying to cope with their ever-increasing brood and the seasonal changes that bring a new challenge each month.
Five senses, four seasons. From the sounds of the birds singing in the trees to the feel of the first snowflake, it's a whole year of discovery and changes, a whole year to grow and learn with nature...
Two native American girls, one from the past and one from the present, live through the seasons, side-by-side, in the warm embrace of their families. The past is nearly 400 years ago, when the Lenape people lived a traditional life barely touched by European traders. The present is contemporary America, as the Lenape continue to adapt to a changing world while remaining close to the land and to each other.
**NOTE: This book is shelved in the Dwight Watson Collection