As the days grow colder and the nights grow longer, a father and child bid farewell to the passing autumn and discover together the mysteries winter has in store. Carlstrom's lyrical text captures the magic of the changing seasons, and Caldecott Medal-winner Ed Young's pastel illustrations cast a misty glow in this special book. Full color.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dangerlibearian - LibraryThing
Winter personified, does winter have fingers? Describes winter with the culmination of geese flying south. The illustrations are ridiculously dark. Read full review
GOODBYE GEESEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In poetic dialogue, Papa personifies winter in response to a child's queries: ``Does winter have eyes? Yes, she has an icy stare that freezes the rivers and ponds...When geese spread their wings in ... Read full review