When Autumn Falls by Kelly Nidey

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As September fades, a new season begins. Leaves and temperatures tumble. And, as autumn falls, new colors and smells gradually replace the heat and intensity that was summer. Autumn means the beginning of something new and crisp and familiar.

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Susan Swan's vibrant cut paper illustrations help bring to life this season perfectly captured in Kelly Nidey's spare text. This celebration of fall is just right for the youngest readers. The author lives in Indiana. This is their first book for Albert Whitman. Susan Swan rsquo;s critically acclaimed fiction has been published in twenty countries and her impact on the Canadian literary and political scene has been far-reaching. Swanrsquo;s last novel, What Casanova Told Me , was published in the US, Canada, Spain, Russia, Serbia, and Portugal, and was a finalist for the Commonwealth Writersrsquo; Prize. Swanrsquo;s other novels include The Wives of Bath (which was made into the feature film Lost and Delirious , shown in 34 countries), The Biggest Modern Woman in the World (Finalist for the Books in Canada First Novel Award and the Governor Generalrsquo;s Literary Award for Fiction), The Last of the Golden Girls , and the short story collection Stupid Boys are Good to Relax With .
Published September 1, 2004 by Albert Whitman & Company. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Footsteps fall on crispy leaves, sunlight falls through bare branches, and raindrops fall, finally denuding the trees.

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