04 27 2015
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Pacific NW Carpenters Union
McMenamins

Children don't need a calendar to tell them which season it is. Every month has its own distinct clues, like in September "when yellow pencils / in brand-new eraser hats / bravely wait on perfect points."
In a dozen unforgettable poems, "Once Around the Sun" (Harcourt, $16), author Bobbi Katz's fresh yet nostalgic collection captures the excitement of each season, spinning us once around the sun — 12 months, four seasons, one year.
Accompanied byLaUyen Pham's vivid illustrations,"Once Around the Sun" presents the timeless changing of the seasons in an engaging, easy-to-understand way.

Pacific NW Carpenters Union

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