I know it’s autumn whenwe rake the leaves in piles, when doorstep jack-o’-lanternswear their crooked smiles …Leaves are falling, geese are flying, and warm coats are – reluctantly – being worn to school. That can mean only one thing: It’s autumn!Eileen Spinelli and Nancy Hayashi invite you to enjoy autumn’s many delights – from warm socks worn on chilly mornings to tempting piles of crackly leaves on the lawn – in this sweet, funny look at fall.
Eileen fell in love with words and decided to become a writer as a young child at Sellers Memorial Library. She is the author of many children’s books, along with being a mother and a grandmother, and currently lives with her husband, Jerry Spinelli, who is also an author in Pennsylvania. When she is not writing books (which she does longhand, and then on an electric typewriter), she enjoys drinking tea, picking herbs, trying on hats and star-gazing with her husband.
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