Our Seasons: The World in Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn

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Product Details
$19.95  $18.55
Phaidon Press
Publish Date
4.5 X 12.4 X 0.8 inches | 0.8 pounds
Board Books
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About the Author

Sue Lowell Gallion is a Kansas City-based award-winning children's book author. Her books include Our World: A First Book of Geography and the Pug & Pig series, among others.

Lisk Feng is an award-winning illustrator from China and a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art. She has worked as a commercial illustrator for such clients as New Yorker, New York Times, and Chanel.


Follow up to the bestselling, Our World, a Parent's Magazine Best Book Pick of 2020

'A brilliant learning resource that will inspire children to learn more about our beautiful planet and to engage with the natural world around them.' - Little Library Owl

'If you're a multitasker, this book's for you. Our Seasons: The World in Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn is a beautifully illustrated board book--which also doubles as a sculpture that your child can admire all year long.' - Bal Harbour Shops, Tali Minor

'Mesmerizing illustrations depict people and nature throughout the seasons, the continents of the world, the earth rotating around the sun, and other delightful images.' - Children's Literature

'Sturdy and quite attractive.' - Youth Services Book Review

'An innovative earth-shaped board book with vivid illustrations and lots of great information.' - Baby Librarians, Margaret Kingsbury

An engaging and stunningly illustrated introductory book about the seasons with easy-to-understand descriptions about winter, spring, summer, and autumn! - Parnassus Musing

'Standing at about a foot tall, this book turns into a gorgeous display... when you want to do more than admire this lovely book... journey through its pages, across 4 intricately illustrated seasons.' - Bluestocking Thinking, Nicole Levesque

'One of the many ways you can engage your children in conversation about seasons.' - The Book Nook Review, Megan Wilson
'Beautiful, retro illustrations accompany the text and have details audiences will dive into for quite some time.' -Little Cub Literacy, Sam Richardson
'For little fans of science, geography, and animals.' - Dad Suggests, Ryan Billingsley