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Celebrate the year with these seasonal and holiday books for young kids.
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Books about the Seasons

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Red Sings from Treetops - Joyce Sidman
"Different colors provide different sensory experiences depending on the season in this gorgeous picture book of poetry." - Becky, Teen Librarian

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Leaves - David Ezra Stein
"Beautiful illustrations, charming simple story. There's a really great page with bear holding the first leaf that's fallen from its tree in the fall and saying, 'Are you okay?'" - Marisa, Youth Services Librarian

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Mama, Is It Summer Yet? - Nikki McClure
"This is a sweet book about bonding with a child over the activities that anticipate summer."- Becky, Teen Librarian

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Here Comes Jack Frost - Kazuno Kohara
"Each page is masterfully designed, and the story -- of Jack Frost showing a little boy the many ways to enjoy winter -- is appealing as well." - Becky, Teen Librarian

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Snow! Snow! Snow! - Lee Harper
"So fun; so simple. Extremely few words and big font; great read-aloud for the very young." - Becky, Teen Librarian

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Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit: A Book of Changing Seasons - Il Sung Na
"The story is of a rabbit, who watches how other animals cope with winter (migrate, hibernate, store up food, don't move much)...I love the patterns of the turtles shells, the swirls of the sheeps thick fur -- there is an almost jewel-like quality to the illustrations." - Robin, Youth Services Librarian

 

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