'Grandmother Winter'


'Grandmother Winter' by Phyllis Root
illustrated by Beth Krommes

All through the spring, summer and fall, Grandmother Winter tends 
her geese and gathers their feathers. Why? To bring snowfall, of course-snowfall as 
soft as feathers and bright as a winter moon. With a poetic text and distinctive scratchboard 
illustrations, this book reveals that there is indeed magic and charm in our coldest 
season. To the woodland and all of its creatures-from round mice curling 
up and earthworms tunneling down to black bears burrowing and 
children dreaming of snow angels and sleds-the arrival of 
winter is, quite simply, a gift

 Purchase it here: UK & US
Beth Krommes' website






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