GOD GAVE US SEASONS by Carolyn Muller Walcott

GOD GAVE US SEASONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pleasant picture story book, religious in feeling, yet non-sectarian in approach, explaining the seasons and the earth. Out of doors with Mother under the trees little Bobbie learns that Spring is the time to plant needs. Summer, he learns, brings hot days when corn grows high and tomatoes grow round and red. Fall brings harvest time and finally earth gets its rest in Winter. The pictures of the small boy as he learns of God's plan for the seasons are fresh and sprightly with images of familiar figures in the child's world, birds, trees, a summer pool, harvest baskets, a mother and father, and small children jumping in fallen leaves. Some are in color, brown, green and red, while others are washes. The jacket is bright and attractive.

Pub Date: March 10th, 1958
Publisher: Abingdon