Right Outside My Window by Mary Ann Hoberman

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While looking outside the window, a child sees something new each day and throughout the seasons.

About Mary Ann Hoberman

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Mary Ann Hoberman has published more than twenty books for children, including the American Book Award winner A House is a House for Me, illustrated by Betty Fraser. She and her husband live in Greenwich, CT.
Published May 1, 2002 by Mondo Pub. 24 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Layering paint, gesso, and natural objects thinly atop scraped concrete surfaces, Wilton (Where Does the Butterfly Go When It Rains?, 1997, etc.) places stylized flora and fauna into subdued settings suggestive of passing seasons.

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As Hoberman wraps up ("Summer,/ autumn,/ winter,/ spring,/ Right / outside / my window./ What brand new changes will they bring?/ Right outside my window"), Wilton introduces the girl narrator leaning out of her house, emphasizing the deeper implications of the poet's closing question.

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