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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Review: Goodbye, GeeseUser Review - Joolissa - Goodreads
Beautiful! This tale pulls you right in to its winter's landscape. Its metaphoric questions of winter and following answers are clever, poignant, and even profound. (Does winter have hands? Yes, but ... Read full review
Review: Goodbye, GeeseUser Review - Samantha - Goodreads
In poetic text, a boy inquires about the signs of winter's approach. Pastel artwork is as beautiful as the natural sights that inspired the images. PreK-2. Read full review