I Love the Changing Seasons

You can read the first pages of my award-winning book, I Love the Changing Seasons, for free.

Book Blurb

I Love the Changing Seasons is about all the wonderful changes each season brings. Children will learn about the seasons while enjoying the fun rhyming rhythm of the story. Coming soon from this author/illustrator duo is Monster Beneath my Bed which explores every child’s fear of the unknown.
2013 KART Kids Book List Award

with Beautiful Illustrations

5 Star Reviews

I am impressed by I Love the Changing Seasons. Wonderful book that gives children cute ways to look at all the seasons. There is 2 lines to each page which makes early readers able to read along with you on this book. Also love that it rhymes we often overlook rhyming and our kids learn it in school, but besides Dr. Seuss there are not alot of rhyming books so this one is great!!! I loved this book, super cute. What I also liked is that my children loved it, with the upcoming changes in the seasons this is the perfect book to have.

I Love the Changing Seasons came at a great time for my family. We have an 11 yr old grandson with down syndrome and he is struggling right now with “whens”. He had been asking me when is it going to be summer again? When can I build a snowman? So when this book came I sat with him and read it to him, it helped him to understand what season comes first. He now knows how the seasons fall. What a great way to explain and show him our four beautiful seasons. Thank you for this perfect way to explain to a child. Keep up the great readings.

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