4 edition of That"s What Happens When It"s Spring! found in the catalog.
That"s What Happens When It"s Spring!
Elaine W. Good
by Tandem Library
Written in English
|Contributions||Susie Shenk Wenger (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
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That's What Happens When It's Spring. When is it spring. a child wonders. "Come, I'll show you," Mommy answers. The sights, sounds, colors, and special feeling of spring come alive as experienced through a youngster's eyes. "Shenk's dazzling illustrations explode in confetti-colored streaks and washes."-Publishers Weekly It's Summertime.
"It's summer!/5(2). Vintage Book - That's What Happens When It's Spring. - - by Elaine W Good, Soft cover, Children's book, Illustrations, Collectible Vintage children's book titled "That's What Happens When It's Spring!" by Elaine W. Good from in very good condition. "When is it spring?" a child wonders.
"Come, I'll show you," Mommy answers.5/5(). Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs That's What Happens When It's Spring.
By Susie Shenk Wenger, Elaine W. Good. Grades. PreK-K, The sights, sounds, colors, and special feelings of spring come alive as they are experienced through the eyes of a youngster.
That's what happens when it's spring!. [Elaine W Good; Susie Shenk Wenger] -- A rural child discovers the sights, sounds, colors, and special feeling of spring. Your Web. Shows what happens when you plant and nurture seeds and winter turns to spring.
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