Graceful illustrations and a childlike main character offer the perfect way to talk to children about the wonder of the changing seasons.
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And, he thought, the leaves welcomed him.” Many things contribute to the success of Stein's tale: the joyously colored panels that hang on the pages like paintings—more intimate, somehow, than double-page spreads—the island's eight trees and their leaves, which seem lively and animate and entirel...Aug 13 2007 | Read Full Review of Leaves
Le Tellier makes this clear right from the start: “Any man – or woman –who wants to hear nothing – or no more – about love should put this book down.” Anna, an analysand of Thomas’, describes being struck by thunder when she encounters the writer Yves for the first time.Mar 23 2011 | Read Full Review of Leaves
Probably no writer ever finishes a book without wishing he could keep it to himself.Sep 09 2011 | Read Full Review of Leaves
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