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Hello Spring!

Hello Spring!


Hello Spring!

About the Book

A vibrant celebration of the natural changes and human joys of springtime
A cacophonous celebration of nature's return to vibrancy after a long, quiet winter, Hello Spring! features bright, enticing photographs from award-winning National Geographic photographer Shelley Rotner. 
The simple, lyrical text speckled with action-packed verbs—Crocuses tease . . . Dandelions dot . . . Cherry blossoms pop and parade . . . —is accessible for new readers as it introduces the glories and biological rhythms of springtime.
The bright nature photographs will have young readers bursting with enthusiasm for the season as they learn about the changes in the landscape, as snow melts and living things begin to grow.

Shelley Rotner's energetic portraits of diverse children add vitality and warmth to this celebration of the season, showcasing the joy of kids interacting with the natural world.
Follow the changing seasons with the rest of Shelley Rotner's acclaimed Hello Seasons! series!

Product Details

On sale: January 15, 2019
Age: 4-8 years
Grade: Preschool - 3
Page count: 32 Pages
ISBN: 9780823439959
Reading level: Lexile: AD500L

Author Bio

Shelley Rotner brings a depth of experience and knowledge to her books with a diverse background as an elementary school teacher, museum educational specialist and UNICEF photographer. She is an award winning author and photo-illustrator of over twenty books. She lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.


"This picture book is a beautiful, lyrical salute to spring. . . . An excellent selection for preschool storytime, due to the visual, written, and auditory reinforcement of each concept. Emerging readers will appreciate the simple sentences, oversize text, and highlighted vocabulary words. No matter what age, this is sure to delight anyone yearning for spring."—Booklist

"The changes from winter into spring . . . are illustrated with numerous colored photographs. . . . Informative fun; engaging photography."—Kirkus Reviews