Count Down to Fall

Fran Hawk (Author) Sherry Neidigh (Illustrator)
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Description

Count backwards from 10 to one during one of the most colorful times of year: fall. Learn about the bright, colorful leaves and the trees from which they fall: aspen, birch, maple, oak, chestnut, linden, pine, beech, dogwood, and sweet gum. Watch the animals frolicking in the crisp, autumn air as they get ready for the approaching cold winter. The -For Creative Minds- educational section includes: Plant parts, Leaves--the shape of it all, What Good are Plants?, and Match the Leaves Activity.

Product Details

Price
$16.95
Publisher
Arbordale Publishing
Publish Date
June 01, 2009
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.7 X 0.4 X 10.1 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781934359945
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About the Author

Sherry Neidigh, a graduate of Ringling School of Art and Design, has been freelance illustrating since 1987. Sherry's love of animals and nature comes through in her bright, colorful art. In addition to illustrating Deep in the Desert, Count Down to Fall, and The Best Nest for Arbordale, Sherry has illustrated several trade and education titles including Who Needs That Nose?, If I Had a Tail, and Black and White. Sherry lives in upstate South Carolina. For more information about Sherry, visit her website: http: //www.sherryneidigh.com/

Reviews

Children will be drawn to examine the expressive images of animals and find additional ones along the detailed border featuring close-ups of the tree's bark. This attention to detail makes the book more than a simple counting or seasonal book with both the four-line stanzas and art offering simple facts - School Library Journal
A good choice for cross-curricular use. - Booklist
This backwards counting book is written in simple rhyme describing facts about trees, seeds and leaves. The colorful illustrations inform the text with animals in their natural settings. - Puget Sound Council for the Review of Children's Media