Twelve Months Rhyme by Nancy Tafuri
(Snowy Flowy Blowy)

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Illustrating a jaunty old English verse, Nancy Tafuri captures the delights of each month and the small changes of childhood that flow through them. Events of the turning year include a wedding, new glasses, and the arrival of a new baby in "freezy" December.
 

About Nancy Tafuri

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Nancy Tafuri's acclaimed picture books for the youngest child include the Caldecott Honor Book "Have You Seen My Duckling?"; "Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails"; "I love you, Little One"; and "In the Snow", written by Sharon Phillips Denslow. She lives with her family in Roxbury, Connecticut.
 
Published October 1, 1999 by Scholastic Press. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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a treetop view for June's ""Bowery"" features two lovestruck, rose-breasted bluebirds nestled among pink flowers, while below them a wedding takes place in a riverside garden.

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The activities convey seasonal warmth and family fun, but the choice of rhyming words is sometimes forced: The outdated word bowery describes the month of June, and the puzzling choice of choppy is used for August.

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