Four teddies take young readers throughout the year. Each season brings new surprises and happiness. The charming illustrations are the perfect complement to this dynamic and singable story to the wonders of the seasons....
|Title||:||a song of four seasons|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||21 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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a song of four seasons Reviews
Helen H. Wu was born and grew up in Hefei, China. She studied art and then later economics. She is now a freelance artist in Atlanta, Georgia.I have previously reviewed four of Helen Wu’s books that she both wrote and illustrated. Additionally, I have reviewed “Redy and Bluey” for which she did the illustrations for a collection of poems by various authors. I have been captivated by her illustrations in all of these books. “A Song of Four Seasons” is no exception. The drawings are delightful and will charm you and your young child. Four teddy bears delight in the four seasons of the year. The story of the joy of the four seasons is written in verse and can be sung to your child. This is a perfect book to read before tucking your child into bed at night. I was asked to review this book and was able to get a free copy with Kindle Unlimited. Thank you, Helen Wu, for your wonderful book for young children.
I love books about the changing seasons. Living in Florida that is the one thing I miss after we moved from Indiana. My two most favorite seasons were and still are Spring and Fall. In this wonderfully illustrated book we see the four bears and their activities as they take us through the four seasons and the activities associate with each season. A wonderful book to read with the littlest reader or great for that early reader. Wonderful, lyrical sing-song writing.
http://kachildrensbookreviews.blogspo...A and I sat down at bedtime and read this. She is learning about seasons in school so this was a perfect read to her where we could see the changing seasons and discuss them. In this story we see the different seasons and what you can do during each season that is fun. The pictures are really beautiful and capture the story being told.
Four sweet teddies take you through the four seasons of the year using rhyme and charming visuals. The seasons are beautifully presented as the four engage in seasonal activities. In Spring they pick flowers and observe fluttering butterflies and buzzing bees. In Summer the unbearable heat encourages them to take refuge on a sandy beach to play and splash in the water which cools them off. As Autumn moves in the wind blows crisp, the leaves turn red and fall to the ground, the geese migrate south and the teddies participate in a fun harvest party. Lastly, Winter encompasses the earth. The snow and freezing cold force the four to gather up their warm blankets and snuggle together as the Sandman beckons them forth for a long winter's sleep. The illustrations fit perfectly and enrich the melodious text. The colour pallet is calm and gentle making it a perfect book to read before tucking your little one in for the night. "A Song of Four Seasons" is a celebration of the diversity of the seasons.
DelightfulWu does magic again with her storytelling. This book is captivating and engaging, and children will love the bright colors and inviting story. This story shows the greatness and beauty of each of the four seasons of the year. The story and the text both tell a wondrous story, and it teaches without you even realizing it. It's an absolutely delightful and grand story.
I have reviewed other books by Helen H. Wu, and now her new picture book is as good as all the others.I even loved reading it.It's a great way for children to learn about the seasons.Great pictures, as always, great colors, a great gift for children