I Can Read about Seasons

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Troll, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Young readers will experience the seasons of the northern hemisphere, learning what causes them and how people, animals, and plants are affected by them in this outstanding addition to the high-interest science series. Full-color illustrations.

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About the author (1998)

Award-winning poet David Henderson’ s previous books of poetry are "Felix of the Silent Forest," "De Mayor of Harlem," and "The Low East," He received a grant from the California Acts Council in 1002 for “ New Genre” writing and poetry, and has recorded a selection of his poetry for the permanent archive of the Library of Congress. A founding member of the Umbra Workshop and an editor of "Umbra" publications, Henderson was a co-founder of the "East Village Other," an alternative newspaper, and also a founder of the Third World department at Pacifica KPFA radio, Berkeley, Califonia. He has been a consultant-at-large to "Tribes" magazine in New York. He resides in downtown New York City.

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