Learn about autumn leaves through a lyrical tale with illustrations and activities
With beautiful illustrations and a lyrical narrative, Virginia Snow takes children on a fun and educational adventure. Take a stroll through the woods and learn to identify 24 different kinds of leaves by their shapes and autumn colors. At the end of the day, learn how to press the gathered leaves and how to make a leaf rubbing.
• Colorful illustrations of 24 separate leaves
• How-to instructions for pressing your own leaves
• How-to instructions for rubbing your own leaves
• A game matching leaves to trees and names
• Fun facts about the trees featured in the book
|Publisher:||Smith, Gibbs Publisher|
|Product dimensions:||9.50(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Virginia Brimhall Snow, author of the children's books Fall Walk, Winter Walk, Spring Walk, and Summer Walk, lives in a wooded area bordering a national forest in northern Utah. For more than twenty years, she has expressed herself using paints, pencils, and pixels. You can find her at virginiabrimhallsnow.com.
Read an Excerpt
I went for a walk in the leaves today. They rustled and crunched as I kicked them away.
Red, orange, yellow, purple and brown, They flew into the air and then fluttered down.
My grammy told me the name of each one, Remembering was hard, but I still had fun.