Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn
  • Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn
  • Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn
  • Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn
  • Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn
ISBN: 1627794158
EAN13: 9781627794152
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 16, 2016
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.47" H x 11.34" L x 8.9" W
Weight: 0.97 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

As trees sway in the cool breeze, blue jays head south, and leaves change their colors, everyone knows--autumn is on its way

Join a young girl as she takes a walk through forest and town, greeting all the signs of the coming season. In a series of conversations with every flower and creature and gust of wind, she says good-bye to summer and welcomes autumn.

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   Fantastic illustrations - poorly written text
The book is about a girl who takes a walk at the end of summer-early fall. She says, hello to the animals, thunder, wind, leaves, etc. They are agressive and they respond. The pictures are beautiful and that is why I bought the book, but the lyrics are written poorly. For instance, take this line, Hello, breezy wind. I love the misty drizzle and leaves through the whoosh streets. What does that even mean? Whoosh drizzle and leaves? We gave up reading the book and now we can just make up our own story. It is too bad because the illustrations are truly fantastic.
   Nightly Bedtime story favorite
Though it is not the most interesting read for the adult, it is very repetitive. The art & work throughout the book is so beautiful, it makes it hard to dislike the book. This was my nightly favorite until the seasons changed.
   Illustrations are cute, story is a let down
The story is just odd and makes sense barely. Transitioning into the fall is not a hard topic, but this story falls extremely flat. The illustrations are decent. Maybe good for toddlers who don 't understand the concept fully and just like the pictures, but wouldn 't recommend.
   amazing illustrations AND simple words
As a former teacher, I look for books with simple yet captivating words. I love repetition and the way it prepares us for change. There is not really much of a story line, but it is enjoyable for any age.
   Really enjoyed.
My girls loved discovering how the pages went together. They quickly figured out that a side is the girl talking to the season and the season responds on the opposite page. It is a nice book for the transitions, especially for the beautiful seasons. I love the style of illustrations personally ''. A very pretty book.
   A lovely book for preschoolers about fall
I have worked with children and this book was a perfect introduction for them to fall. The diversity in the people involved, the pretty illustrations, and the sing-songy lyrics made this an engaging read even for the hard-to-sit-still listeners.
   One of our favorites!
We LOVE this book! Though I bought it for my daughter, it is truly one of our favorites and I put it on our bookshelf. How beautiful to have such a great book to celebrate the season with. Kenard, thank you! Insider Info The writer is currently working on a book Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring '' and a book Goodbye Spring, Hello Summer ''!
   Wonderful, descriptive book with gorgeous illustrations!
The illustrations are clear and descriptive and the text is mesmerizing. My two year old picks this book almost every night for his book at bedtime. We read homeschool, and this book is perfect to read as the seasons change. I ordered Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter and can 't wait to get it! I hope Kenard Pak gives us spring and summer too.