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And Then It's Spring

By Regan McMahon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

A boy's wondrous experience of seeing his seeds grow.

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The understated tone, spare text, and pastel palette, matte pages, and retro look of the illustrations give And Then It's Spring a classic look and feel. The boy character's patience and wonder at nature's rhythms are infectious, as is the thrill of the final transformation of his landscape from brown to green.

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