SONG OF THE SEASONS by Addison Webb
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SONG OF THE SEASONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A fresh, sensitive approach to nature study in a humming, bustling, scurrying cross-section view of animal life. ""Spring is for babies; summer for learning; autumn for feasting; and winter for resting."" And within the sections devoted to the four seasons the young reader finds a great variety of wild animals from bees and tiny field mice to giant grizzlies. Bees and beavers, frogs and fish, porcupines and 'possums, foxes, wood-chucks and eagles--a wood, field, tree and pond-full of building nests and homes, tending babies, teaching the young, eating, running from enemies, storing food, hibernating and migrating and hunting.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1950
Publisher: Morrow