Douglas Florian

“Twenty-nine poems about spring are illustrated with Douglas Florian’s distinctive and buoyant watercolours and extol the many virtues of the season-from those muddy puddles and emerging bulbs to rain showers and rainbows and that first day without mittens. Concrete poems, humour, ingenious wordplay, and audience appeal make this a consummate companion to the acclaimed poet’s first three seasonal collections.” (from the goodreads page)

Illustrator Douglas Florian
Page Count 48
Part of a Series? No
Age Level 3 — 4 — 5 — 6 — 7 — 8

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