By Sheila Anderson
Written particularly for starting readers, the Lightning Bolt Books Seasons sequence explains the original positive aspects and actions of every season. Titles additionally comprise an informative detailed positive aspects web page.
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Bancroft, Henrietta, and Richard G. Van Gelder. Animals in Winter. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1997. Glaser, Linda. It’s Winter! Minneapolis: Millbrook Press, 2002. html Index animals, 13–17, 28–29 blizzard, 18 cocoa, 12 cold, 5 sledding, 4 snow, 4–5, 7–8, 10, 18, 22, 26 spring, 24–27, 29 wind, 9 hibernation, 16–17, 28–29 ice skating, 20–21 icicles, 23, 25 Photo Acknowledgments The images in this book are used with the permission of: © Margorita/Dreamstime. com, p. com, p. com, p. 2 (bottom); © Reflexstock/Radius Images, p.
With high-energy designs, exciting photos, and fun text, Lightning Bolt BooksTM bring nonfiction topics to life! Our Four Seasons Are Are Are Are You You You You Ready Ready Ready Ready for for for for Fall? Spring? Summer? Winter?
Com, p. 27; © Cary Anderson/Aurora/Getty Images, p. 28; © Joe McDonald/Visuals Unlimited/Getty Images, p. 29; © Reflexstock/ Ron Chapple/Corbis, p. com, p. 31. com/Luseen (snowflake). 32 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK The trees are bare. Puddles have turned to ice. Birds puff up their feathers to stay warm. Hot cocoa hits the spot! Do you know what season is here? It’s winter! What else happens in winter? Read this book to find out! TM Learn all about the different seasons in the Our Four Seasons series—part of the Lightning Bolt BooksTM collection.