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Sing a Song of Seasons: A Nature Poem for Each Day of the Year

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Sing a Song of Seasons is a lavishly illustrated collection of 366 nature poems -- one for every day of the year. Filled with familiar favorites and new discoveries written by a wide variety of poets, including William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, John Updike, Langston Hughes, N. M. Bodecker, Okamoto Kanoko, and many more, this is the perfect book for children (and grown- Sing a Song of Seasons is a lavishly illustrated collection of 366 nature poems -- one for every day of the year. Filled with familiar favorites and new discoveries written by a wide variety of poets, including William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, John Updike, Langston Hughes, N. M. Bodecker, Okamoto Kanoko, and many more, this is the perfect book for children (and grown-ups!) to share at the beginning or the end of the day.


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Sing a Song of Seasons is a lavishly illustrated collection of 366 nature poems -- one for every day of the year. Filled with familiar favorites and new discoveries written by a wide variety of poets, including William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, John Updike, Langston Hughes, N. M. Bodecker, Okamoto Kanoko, and many more, this is the perfect book for children (and grown- Sing a Song of Seasons is a lavishly illustrated collection of 366 nature poems -- one for every day of the year. Filled with familiar favorites and new discoveries written by a wide variety of poets, including William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, John Updike, Langston Hughes, N. M. Bodecker, Okamoto Kanoko, and many more, this is the perfect book for children (and grown-ups!) to share at the beginning or the end of the day.

53 review for Sing a Song of Seasons: A Nature Poem for Each Day of the Year

  1. 5 out of 5

    KC

    Wow. This is truly an undertaking but well worth your time. There is a poem for everyday of the year along with adorable illustrations. A collection to go back to time and time again. Thank you to my library colleague to have thought of me by bringing this beauty to my attention.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    A gorgeously illustrated volume of nature poetry from authors old and new. The cover doesn't do it justice. Outstanding addition to any library - though extremely heavy, might be a bit difficult for a younger child to hold and covet....

  3. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    Absolutely delightful, if not a bit cumbersome. A must-own for any lover of children's books, nature, and poetry.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Prince William Public Library System

    Sing a Song of Seasons is a big, beautiful book. As the subtitle says, it’s a collection of nature poems for each day of the year. It’s massive, bulky, hefty and long, but it’s also shiny, colorful, engrossing and gorgeous. The sheer size of it is daunting at first, but flip to any random page (perhaps the date of the day you happen to pick it up) and after an initial tentative dip you’ll find yourself wading deeper and deeper into its enchanting combination of words and pictures. The lovely ill Sing a Song of Seasons is a big, beautiful book. As the subtitle says, it’s a collection of nature poems for each day of the year. It’s massive, bulky, hefty and long, but it’s also shiny, colorful, engrossing and gorgeous. The sheer size of it is daunting at first, but flip to any random page (perhaps the date of the day you happen to pick it up) and after an initial tentative dip you’ll find yourself wading deeper and deeper into its enchanting combination of words and pictures. The lovely illustrations are perfectly paired with the carefully curated poems, and most of the poems are brief enough that you can breeze through large sections before you realize how many pages you’ve read. And yet the scope is such that you can’t take it all in in one sitting. It really is a stunning work. Read it alone. Read it aloud to others. It would be a great way to instill a love of poetry and nature in the young folks in your life. - John D. Click here to find the book at the Prince William County Public Library System.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I am grateful to have a copy of this wonderful book from Candlewick, just in time for holiday gift-giving, for those you know love poetry, OR a gift for yourself. Publisher at Nosy Crow, Kate Wilson, remembered a book she had as a child filled with poetry, one she still has, from which she loved poetry. She wanted to create a new book filled with poetry too, asked Fiona Waters to select them and Frann Preston-Gannon to illustrate. You can choose to read a poem a day next year or begin as soon as I am grateful to have a copy of this wonderful book from Candlewick, just in time for holiday gift-giving, for those you know love poetry, OR a gift for yourself. Publisher at Nosy Crow, Kate Wilson, remembered a book she had as a child filled with poetry, one she still has, from which she loved poetry. She wanted to create a new book filled with poetry too, asked Fiona Waters to select them and Frann Preston-Gannon to illustrate. You can choose to read a poem a day next year or begin as soon as the book is in your hands. You can find favorite poets, look for new ones, find your birthday poem or your child's. Poets familiar and poets new to me are included. It's a must-see, must-have book for poetry lovers, for a classroom perhaps, for a favorite person. Here's the Thanksgiving page I thought you'd like to see since that holiday is near.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

    This beautifully illustrated big sturdy book is filled with some of my favorite poems as well as many new ones. It's fun to look up the birthdays of your family and friends to see what poem has been chosen for their special day. There's a handy index at the back with poets, titles, and first lines listed. Great for all ages with delightful illustrations of wildlife throughout.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Gorgeous and enormous. A lovely collection.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    Beautiful illustrations correspond to poems marked for every day of the year. A variety of authors are used, though some feature more prominently than others. A great daily read aloud for children.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

    This is big. And beautiful. And big.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shauna Yusko

  12. 5 out of 5

    Heather Stigall

  13. 5 out of 5

    Becca Barrett

    This is a good book for students to learn to describe things such as nature, and what they feel in nature. Since there is also 1 poem for each day of the year a teacher could read atleast 1 poem a day for the 180 days students are in school.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mariah Jimenez

    2. Sing a Song of Seasons A Nature Poem For Each Day of the Year selected by Fiona Waters a. No awards b. Birth to firsst c. As the title suggests, this book has a poem for each day of the year. The poems are short and the illustrations are beautiful. Some of the poems talk about the changing of the seasons, and others center on a specific season. d. This is a nice book because it has poems for each season. I also like that it has a poem for each day of the year. I think that is great because i 2. Sing a Song of Seasons A Nature Poem For Each Day of the Year selected by Fiona Waters a. No awards b. Birth to firsst c. As the title suggests, this book has a poem for each day of the year. The poems are short and the illustrations are beautiful. Some of the poems talk about the changing of the seasons, and others center on a specific season. d. This is a nice book because it has poems for each season. I also like that it has a poem for each day of the year. I think that is great because it makes for a routine to read a poem a day or once a week which helps guarantee and least some daily reading. e. I would use this as an ongoing, consistent read for my class. I could pull it out every Monday or Friday and read a poem from the book for the corresponding season. It can be used to teach about poetry, seasons, animals, and what happens during each season.

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    Candlewick Press

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