It's autumn, and Fletcher's favorite tree is slowly changing colors and losing its leaves.
Fletcher is very worried.
He tells the tree he'll help. But when the very last leaf falls to the ground, Fletcher feels as though he's let down his friend . . .
. . . until the first day of winter, when Fletcher sees that his tree has turned into a shining, glittering surprise.
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Fletcher the fretful fox returns for the third entry in this seasonally themed series with beautifully distinctive illustrations skillfully integrated with the text.| Read Full Review of Fletcher and the Falling Leaves
Young Fletcher has made it through the winter, and so has the anxiety that marked his debut (Fletcher and the Falling Leaves, 2007).| Read Full Review of Fletcher and the Falling Leaves
Fletcher is a young fox concerned about his favorite tree.| Read Full Review of Fletcher and the Falling Leaves
Working in her signature naïf style, she gives each character a vivid personality (the steadfast porcupine and slacker rabbits are particularly memorable) and conjures up an irresistible forest: bathed in warm greens and yellows, punctuated with impish bursts of color, and just imposing enough to...Jan 05 2009 | Read Full Review of Fletcher and the Falling Leaves
A ""flock of friendly birds"" responds to Fletcher's plea and pokes the leaves back onto the tree's branches, while Fletcher climbs the tree and valiantly guards the last attached leaf.| Read Full Review of Fletcher and the Falling Leaves
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