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Without looking at a calendar, how do you know winter is approaching?
Without the sights, sounds, and smells of the season, what would tell you winter is coming?
How do you know and feel winter is approaching?Tweet
What are your experiences?
What are your student’s experiences?
To add to the collective knowledge within your home or classroom, author April Pulley Sayre, bring us “Best in Snow”.
Using real photographs, April Pulley Sayre poetically guides us into winter.
The author’s intentional use and placement of text gives space for the reader(s) to connect and to wonder.
I love this most of all!
Growing up in Idaho, I had memory connections page after page. My heart was absolutely delighted. I wanted to both pause and turn the page, eager to see what aspect of nature was beautifully photographed next, and yet stay forever in the current scene.
Oh and the “Sun Shines” two-page spread…LOVE!
What a treasure!
Big thank you to the author!
–Happy Reading & Happy Connecting YOUR story to the snow story in “Best in Snow”
Possible Home or Classroom Connections
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