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FREE READ Ê Winter Waits Å Winter sprints across the way Father Father come on let's play Father Time smiles and kisses his son Not now I must work my littlest oneSo Winter waits for an hour or two painting the grass with a frosty hueWhile Winter waits for his father he finds ways to amuse himself Winter whistens and glistens the world in frost whizzles anFather he finds ways to amuse himself Winter whistens and glistens the world in frost whizzles and whittles ice sculptures and snizzes and snips snowflakes At last Father Time turns his full attention to his son and they frisk and fro. I like the aspect of having books about Nature in ways that kids will be able to relate to them Definitely can see myself buying this book

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Winter sprints across the way Father Father come on let's play Father Time smiles and kisses his son Not now I must work my littlest oneSo Winter waits for an hour or two painting the grass with a frosty hueWhile Winter waits for his. I think the illustrations are just beautiful and the story resonant to parents and children alike Winter the youngest child must find things to do while Mother Earth and Father Time are busy with their own responsibilities So sweet

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Winter WaitsLic awayLynn Plourde author of the best selling picture book Wild Child reunites with acclaimed illustrator Greg Couch to continue the story of Nature's family with this exuisite book that captures the joy of a father son relationship. Winter Waits is the last of a four part picture book set describing the changing of the seasons in a beautiful and uniue way These very earthy illustrations are absolutely stunning depicting “winter time” as playful young boy seeking the attention of his busy father Father Time Will father stop working and spend some time with Winter before his time to sleep and his three sisters of spring take over