Leaves rustle, crunch, twirl, scatter, and dance in the wind as "Grammy" takes some of her favorite grandkids on an autumn stroll.
Beautifully illustrated and with rhyming narrative, the storybook teaches children to identify 24 different kinds of leaves by their shapes and fall colors. From maple to mulberry and peach to pecan, kids will have fun learning about common and fascinating trees and their leaves. And at the end of the day, they learn how to press the gathered leaves in a book and make a leaf rubbing.
Virginia Brimhall Snow lives in a wooded area bordering a national forest in northern Utah. For more than twenty years, she has expressed herself using paints, pencils, and pixels. She enjoys time with her grandchildren and creating award-winning art. She and her husband have raised seven children. If she's not working in her garden, you can find her at virginiabrimhallsnow.com.show more