Snowsong Whistling by Karen Elisa Lotz
(Picture Puffins)

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In the midst of a russet autumn, how do we know winter's on the way? Lotz's original picture book, which glows like fall leaves and glitters like ice, is brimful of the signs of change through action-filled rhymes. Each image and verse evokes a new sensation of winter's approach.
 

About Karen Elisa Lotz

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Karen E. Lotz is a children's book editor and the author of Snowsong Whistling (Dutton and Puffin). Collen Browning is an award-winning painter and the author of Working Out a Painting.
 
Published October 10, 1993 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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With crackling verse and zippy collages, this poem celebrates winter.

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Crackling verse celebrates autumn with a series of lively images: ``Pumpkins plumping / Bluegills jumping / Apples thumping / Sweet cider pumping.'' Some lines strain to meet a rhyme scheme, resulting in a few phrases that may need to be explained to younger readers (``Scarecrow faking,'' ``Groun...

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Of course the pumpkins also feed me in the literal way, but there's something about having them - they are planted in a raised bed just outside my study window, though (see above) they have sprawled away from it to actually fruit - the excitement of seeing them get huge, seeing the colours change...

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