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Now It Is Morning

3.12  ·  Rating Details  ·  8 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Morning comes to the farm, the town, and the city, bringing different new-day noises, different ways of greeting the sun, and different things to do in beginning a brand-new day.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 1st 1999 by Farrar Straus Giroux (first published March 1st 1999)
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Kate Chazin
Nov 17, 2015 Kate Chazin rated it really liked it
It is morning on the farm, and the animals are the first to wake! Family members on the farm begin to wake up to feed the horses, cows, and chickens. People in the city begin to wake up as well, to the sounds of their alarm clocks. The roads flood with loud cars. Older children go to school, while younger children get picked up by the sitters to go to the park. Mothers leave for work, and the day begins! The book closes with the open-ended question, “What do you do in the morning?” For young chi ...more
Aug 17, 2009 Jennifer rated it liked it
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A simple look at the morning routines of families in the country, a town, and a city.
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