Evoking the cyclical nature of the seasons, Blexbolex uses simple terms for the objects, people, and weather associated with each season.
Maki talks about the fun things that you can do during each of the seasons. Every page is bordered by smaller images associated with the season.
A child explains the growth of a sugar maple tree that belongs to the family.The story makes its way through each of the seasons, but fall is when to visit the tree to see it at its most beautiful.
Before spring comes,the ground is still covered in snow and the trees look like sticks. But just wait until the trees and seeds start to sprout!
A child makes his way through his urban neighborhood on a snow day. Throwing snowballs, sliding down huge hills, and sledding are no match for hugs from mom when he gets home though.
Covers weather, clothes, plants, animals, and things we do through the cyclical course of a year. Bright photographs line the pages throughout and a glossary in the back gives definitions.
In a simple, evocative conversation with nature, a young girl witnesses how the season changes from summer to autumn.
In a simple, cheerful conversation with nature, two young children witness how the season changes from autumn to winter.
In simple text, a young boy watches how nature changes from winter into spring.
A picture book comically following one girl through each of the four seasons.
Two children notice all the beautiful colors that surround them on a rainy summer day out in the country.