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Yellow Time #2019

Yellow Time Lauren Stringer celebrates the coming of autumn in this exuberant joyful ode to that magical time when the leaves are changing color and the animals are preparing for winter Children and animals alik

  • Title: Yellow Time
  • Author: Lauren Stringer
  • ISBN: 9781481431569
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Yellow Time By Lauren Stringer, Lauren Stringer celebrates the coming of autumn in this exuberant, joyful ode to that magical time when the leaves are changing color and the animals are preparing for winter.Children and animals alike excitedly anticipate yellow time, when the trees release their colorful leaves to blanket the earth, crows raise their voices joyfully from the bare branches, and squirrelsLauren Stringer celebrates the coming of autumn in this exuberant, joyful ode to that magical time when the leaves are changing color and the animals are preparing for winter.Children and animals alike excitedly anticipate yellow time, when the trees release their colorful leaves to blanket the earth, crows raise their voices joyfully from the bare branches, and squirrels busy themselves preparing their nests for winter This lyrical celebration of the beauty and fun of autumn is sure to become a perennial fall favorite.

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    1. Pure delight My favorite two sentences in the book Just before yellow time, the air smells different Like wet mud and dry grass with a sprinkle of sugar.

    2. Great book about autumn for pre schoolers Pre schoolers who live in New England or similar climes, that is.Features a multicultural neighborhood, squirrels, and lots of yellow leaves and crows Just like my neighborhood.

    3. The geese are flying south, the squirrels are busy and the crows are the only birds left in the trees The air smells different and everyone knows that the trees must drop their leaves soon Then the wind comes and the air fills with yellow leaves Children run outside and play in the swirling yellow breezes When the leaves have fallen, the yellow is in piles on the ground, covering everything Children gather the leaves to press in books to remember the special time just before winter comes with it [...]

    4. Lauren Stringer tells the story of what happens in the autumn when the trees outside release their leaves and cover the world in yellow Maybe it was just me, but I initially wondered why Stringer chose just the color yellow After all, the autumns that I ve experienced in the Northeastern USA have been combinations of red, orange, and yellow It was interesting to read on the inside flap that Stringer was describing the ash trees of her first fall after a move to Minneapolis She describes this aut [...]

    5. Really lovely Stringer evokes great images feelings of Fall She almost made me love it and forget that it signals the end of summer.

    6. We wanted some fall books from the library and this one appealed to me, so I checked it out to read with my kindergartener We both liked it a lot The text is lyrical, and the text and illustrations combine to very effectively set a fall mood I like the focus on yellow Most fall books talk about all of the fall colors, but there s something nice about focusing on just the yellow It s particularly appealing because our yard is mostly yellow in the fall.

    7. Although it has some striking, very pointed and well deserving of praise illustrations, most of it is far from attractive It feels disruptive of the narrative, for it is good As a whole, the composition must be in harmony and this, unfortunately, was not For the text content alone it is a good book, but for the imagery it fails completely with the reader.

    8. This was a great storytime book for young preschool It was a great length for their attention span and there was a wonderful amount of descriptive words We WHOOSHED together when the wind came and swept all the leaves from the tree.I really enjoyed the poetic feel to this picture book and I think it captured the imagination of my storytime crowd.

    9. A symphony of yellow I can t wait try writing green and white versions with kids I am curious whether they will protest that there is than just yellow in autumn I found myself saying, but but But okay, yes Yellow.

    10. This book celebrates autumn beautifully by focusing on one color yellow The author uses wonderful descriptions and illustrations to show the sensory pleasures of this particular aspect of the season, when all the leaves are yellow.

    11. This one is okay, and something to keep in mind for next fall as a backup book, but I really dislike books that encourage not using the correct words for things Kids are smart, they don t need to call autumn yellow time.

    12. This is an optimistic, happy book that captures and celebrates the fall season Fun read First Line The squirrels are too busy to notice.

    13. Beautiful, bright, swirly illustrations compliment this wonderful Fall book A true delight to read and look at I can taste Fall in the air now.

    14. In the Phoenix area, this might not be a book that local kids immediately connect with fallbut I still think it would be a good read for an autumn storytime.

    15. 1 Categories Genres Picture Book2 Copyright date 20163 Estimate of age level of interest preschool grade 24 Estimate of reading level Grade 2 35 Brief description This picture book describes the fun of the yellow time or fall season.6 Characteristics of genre This book uses both text and pictures to tell the story The book is filled with a vibrant shade of yellow coloring natural objects that are commonly this color, such as leaves, but also natural objects, such as wind, that are not often depi [...]

    16. This was an average book on the changes in fall I liked that the neighborhood of children was diverse and that they all played together I saw on someone else s review that the author was writing about her first fall up north I read an eBook version, so i didn t have the book jacket to read.

    17. Winter is the warmest season is one of my favorite books so, I am thrilled to get my hands on this book Lauren Stringer celebrates the coming of autumn in this exuberant, joyful ode to that magical time when the leaves are changing color and the animals are preparing for winter Children and animals alike excitedly anticipate yellow time, when the trees release their colorful leaves to blanket the earth, crows raise their voices joyfully from the bare branches, and squirrels busy themselves prepa [...]

    18. September 2016 loved the illustrations and the feel of fall, and it had nice casual diversity of characters.

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