Summer Song

HarperCollins/Greenwood. Apr. 2020. 40p. Tr $18.99. ISBN 9780062866134.
PreS-Gr 2–Have you ever noticed that everything in the summer sounds like music? Have you ever noticed that everything in the summer seems more green? Summer songs are wind in the grass, sprinklers on the lawn, birds in the sky, and thunder during a late afternoon storm. The bees, dragonflies, crickets, and butterflies also play their notes. The creators of Winter Is Here, When Spring Comes, and In The Middle of Fall, are back with the final installment of the seasons series. A lyrical text pairs perfectly with bright illustrations in this wonderful read-aloud.
VERDICT A must purchase to round out the seasonal quartet, for storytime or sharing one on one.

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