Winter Trees review ï 3

review Winter Trees

Winter Trees review ï 3 É Trees that once had leaves are bareThey're dressed instead in lacy whiteSnow dusts their trunks and coats their limbswith flakes that outline them with lightJoin a boy and his dog as they use their senses of sight and touch to identify seven common trees in the snow covered forest Intricate illustrations and lyrical text make distiGhtJoin a boy and his dog as they use their senses of sight and touch to identify seven common trees in the snow covered forest Intricate illustrations an. I picked up this book largely because of the lino print illustrations and was happy to find a narrative nonfiction book all about the wonder of trees in the winter I knew it was about winter trees but I was just expecting a sweet story about a kid going outside in the winter I wasn't expecting to learn new things And of course the illustrations were just as beautiful and impressive as the front cover suggests

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Trees that once had leaves are bareThey're dressed instead in lacy whiteSnow dusts their trunks and coats their limbswith flakes that outline them with li. Startlingly beautiful book nature seen from a fresh perspective Told in woodcut prints the book follows a child's trip through the woods identifying 5 species of trees as they appear in winter leafless Rhyme is occasionally clunky with a couple nearly off meters but still rhythmic and informative moving the narrative forward

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Winter TreesD lyrical text make distinguishing different types of trees easy even in the middle of winter when only bare branches stand like skeletons against the sky. 52717 Read with Naomi and Julia