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I See Winter
I See Winter
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I See

I See Winter

Snowflakes, sleds, and skates are just the beginning of the joys of winter.

PublisherPicture Window Books
BrandI See
Age Level2-4 Years
Reading LevelGrades PreK-PreK
GenreRealistic Fiction
Trim Size0.319882 x 0.314961
Page Count24



Reading Today Online - Karen Hildebrand, Ohio Library and Reading Consultant

"Beginning with beautiful endpapers of snowflakes in shades of blues and purples, this simple rhymed text by author/poet Charles Ghigna, known as Father Goose, presents an idyllic picture of winter. . . .From the cover to the pictures inside, the multicultural illustrations make this a good choice for all young audiences." - Reading Today Online

January 30, 2013

Children's Literature Comprehensive Database Newsletter - Jeannine Stickle

"This book is well-crafted to appeal to toddlers. The language is in the first-person in present tense, which toddlers will be able to follow and involves daily activities and sights that they will be able to relate to. The vocabulary is simple and toddlers will know most of the words, and the rhyming text will help increase their language skills. Toddlers will also be drawn to the illustrations, which are drawn with simple lines and shapes and brightly colored." - Children's Literature Comprehensive Database Newsletter

December 1, 2012

Booklist Online - Kristen McKulski

"Poet Ghigna catalogs the many sights of the winter season, from changes in the natural world to traditional outdoor pastimes to celebrations of Christmas. The simple, seven-syllable lines of gentle, lilting rhyme proceed at just the right clip for preschoolers eagerly anticipating the season’s pleasures. . . .Jatkowska’s bright, textured illustrations have a wide appeal, with round-faced, ruddy-cheeked figures populating wintry scenes punched up with warming reds, pinks, and greens. . . .The subject matter is a natural choice for seasonal storytimes, but the book’s smaller size and detailed artwork make this rewarding one-on-one reading, especially for those who look forward to the first snowflakes of the year." - Booklist Online

November 28, 2011

Charles Ghigna

Charles Ghigna

Charles Ghigna (also known as Father Goose) lives in a treehouse in Alabama. He is the author of more than 100 award-winning books for children and adults from Random House, Capstone, Disney, Hyperion, Scholastic, Simon & Schuster, Abrams, Charlesbridge and other publishers. His poems appear in hundreds of magazines from The New Yorker and Harper's to Cricket and Highlights. He is a former poetry editor of the English Journal and nationally syndicated feature writer for Tribune Media Services.

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