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Naomi Knows It's Springtime

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It's springtime. Naomi knows the season by hearing its familiar sounds and savoring its tastes and smells. Although Naomi is blind, she creates a rainbow in her mind, allowing her to sense the breathtaking, sunbursting feeling of spring. This unique picture book touches the emotions that springtime sparks in all of us. Full color.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by Boyds Mills Press (first published 1993)
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Naomi knows if spring - although she doesn't see the signs and signals, she knows by using her other keen senses.
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Kroll has written numerous children's books since her career started in the mid-80's. Her first book was published in 1992. She started writing when she had her fourth child. Before that, she taught elementary school in Buffalo, NY. She also has written a number of books under the pseudonym Melrose Cooper to mask her tremendous output in so short a time.
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