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Everything Spring

3.85  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Surround yourself in Everything Spring. Stunning photography and detailed imagery capture the uplifting spirit of our favorite season in this counterpart to the National Geographic bestseller A Tree for All Seasons.

We think of spring and we feel warmer, sunny days, we smell the freshness of nature’s flowers blooming again, and we picture little chicks and furry bunnies. Th
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Paperback, 16 pages
Published February 9th 2010 by National Geographic Children's Books
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Kristen Kurre
Jun 18, 2014 Kristen Kurre rated it it was amazing
Everything Spring is a great nonfiction picture book for beginning readers. The pages present clear and vibrant photos of baby animals and detailed photographs of living things that grow in the spring. The author uses poetic language to connect children to the wonders of the season. This book can make learning about spring come alive for students. By reading this book, children can learn about springtime and read about chicks, bunnies, and other baby animals that come out in the spring time.

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babyhippoface
I love this seasons series from National Geographic Kids. Adorable, sharp photographs of newborn animals and budding plants and the accompanying brief narrative give a personified view of spring: Spring tiptoes in, stirring up earthy smells, coaxing color from the winter-brown woods. Alliterative phrases like these lend a poetic feel to the spare text. This series is an excellent addition to elementary libraries for use with pre-k and kindergarten units on the seasons or in the language arts cla ...more
Latosha Finch
Apr 07, 2014 Latosha Finch rated it really liked it
This book's illustrations are real photos in which students can refer to and make connections with the text. This book tells about the different things that happen in spring. The author tells the reader how things grow in the spring (mushrooms, flowers, and rubbery). Students can draw a picture of what spring looks like to them or they could write about it. This could be a literacy station.
Diane
"In a sheltered bend, wiggly black tadpoles wait, feeling froggier by the day."

A poetic description of spring with adorable baby animal pictures and figurative language, including onomatopoeia and personification.
Mommywest
Apr 22, 2013 Mommywest rated it really liked it
Concise yet beautifully descriptive text is accompanied by fantastic photography in this fun book that introduces children to "everything spring!" Spring unit for preschool.
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Shelves: colleens-books
Great photos of adorable spring animals.
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Great pictures paired with an informational story.
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