Published by Greenwillow
Summary: The husband-and-wife team that brought you When Spring Comes have teamed up again with this look at fall. Squirrels, acorns, apples, pumpkins, and beautiful falling leaves are all featured in the close-up paintings rendered in the brilliant hues of the season, accompanied by only two sentences of text that stretch over the whole book. A girl and her dog move throughout the book. By the end, they are gazing at a white sky, ready for the first snowfall. 40 pages; ages 3-7.
Pros: A perfect introduction to the season. We can only hope there will be similar homages to winter and summer.
Cons: The first sentence stretches on for 19 pages, which may not be the best modeling for how to avoid run-ons.
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