Snow is falling. All the animals are fast asleep in their animal homes. Slowly they awake. They open their eyes and sniff. They run. And in the middle of the forest they find a bright yellow flower growing in the snow--and they dance and laugh with joy at this first sign of spring.Snow is falling. All the animals are fast asleep in their animal homes. Slowly they awake. They open their eyes and sniff. They run. And in the middle of the forest they find a bright yellow flower growing in the snow--and they dance and laugh with joy at this first sign of spring.Read Less
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This was our older son's 1st favorite book--we read it several times nightly before he was a year old. The first paperback copy which I bought used is still here, but is missing at least one page and went in the bathtub one night all those years ago. This new-used, clean, hardcover copy is a surprise for our son's 33rd birthday. Very good price. We may have to order a second for ourselves.
Jun 28, 2012
the last page
this was a .99 cent copy with a $1.00 coupon- free. the last page was missing. i found that page online and printed it and put it in the book and so it is my cherished extreme bargain so well loved and pasted together - iwanttofind a few more copies and use them as art in my grandchild's room - it is a sweet story
Publishers Weekly, 1989-01-20 In this Caldecott Honor book, the animals awaken to the sweet green scents of spring and joyfully celebrate the arrival of the new season. Ages 3-7. (Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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