Thursday, April 10, 2014

First there is brown, and you hope for a sign

I love ushering in each new season with books.

Last year I posted a {Spring Picture Book List}.  I don't know how, but I had not yet made the acquaintance of a certain wonderful springy book that definitely deserves rank near of the top of any springy booklist.  And Then It's Spring by Julie Fogliano, illustrated by the amazing Erin E. Stead.

Image source: MacMillan 

It's the absolutely perfect book to say hello to the rebirth of green.

It's a quiet, lovely book that begs to be read out loud.  On my last library visit I spontaneously read it aloud to a very accommodating friend.  (Beware if you run into me at the library, you may be subject to random read-alouds!).

I'd love to read it to each of you, but instead I'll just post the trailer and implore you to go and grab your own copy as soon as possible…while "all around there is brown, a very possible sort of brown".


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