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This playful counting book shares the colorful highlights of the four seasons in charming illustrations.

Count your way through the seasons! In spring, the tree's leaves appear, one by one. By summer, there's a glorious canopy. And when autumn winds blow, leaves fly from the tree, one after another, leading us into winter. There's a world of activity to spy in and around this beautiful tree as the wild creatures, and one little boy, celebrate the cycles of nature. As little ones count leaves, look for animals, and enjoy the changing seasonal landscape, bouncy rhymes and bold illustrations make learning to count easy - corresponding numerals reinforcing the learning fun.

About the Author

John Micklos

John Micklos, Jr. is an award-winning education journalist and the author of more than 20 books for children and young adult readers, including poetry books for young readers, history books for elementary students, and history and biography titles for middle school and high school students. His most recent titles include several upper elementary history books for Capstone and contributing to National Geographic Kids' 125 True Stories of Amazing Pets. His newest book is The Sound in the Basement, a picture book published by First State Press.

John has done K-12 school visits in several states and has spoken at the national conferences of the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English, as well as at state reading conferences in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware.

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