Preceded by All Ready For Winter, this follows the rhythmic patterns of the other and comments closely and warmly on the...

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ALL READY FOR SUMMER

Preceded by All Ready For Winter, this follows the rhythmic patterns of the other and comments closely and warmly on the coming of spring. Above ground there are the boys and girls waiting for the change; below ground in where the change begins. The buried toad feels a trickle of rain seeping down, the worm begins to turn, and as the warmth progresses, trees bud and new born lambs begin to frolic. Pictures in blue and yellow by Kathleen Elgin go with the many examples of how spring comes about. These will catch imaginations spring years old.

Pub Date: March 9, 1956

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: McKay

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1956