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Moon glowing (edition 2002)

by Elizabeth Partridge, Joan Paley (Illustrator)

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Title:Moon glowing
Authors:Elizabeth Partridge
Other authors:Joan Paley (Illustrator)
Info:New York : Dutton Children's Books, 2002.
Collections:Storytime
Rating:****
Tags:animals, forest, winter, hibernation, sleep, moon, stars, snow bears, beavers, squirrels, toddlers

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Easy simple read-aloud, all the animals are getting ready for winter and hibernation, super simple text. ( )
  dangerlibearian | Dec 17, 2010 |
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The autumn leaves are twirling down. The squirrel is stashing, the bat swooping, the beaver building, and the big bear is feasting well. In this simple, rhythmic story, four quite different furry animals prepare resting places for the coming winter. Spare prose by award-winning author Elizabeth Partridge marks the progress of each animal and the final, quiet beauty of the forest's first snowfall. Joan Paley's colorful, textured collage art, playful yet tender, captures the wonder of the unfolding autumn season and the arrival of the silent winter. This warmly stylized vision of a changing forest and its four snug tenants is sure to become a favorite of young children.

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A squirrel, a bat, a beaver and a bear prepare for winter.

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