Lauren Stringer celebrates the coming of autumn in this exuberant, joyful ode to that magical time when the leaves are changing color and the animals are preparing for winter.
Children and animals alike excitedly anticipate yellow time, when the trees release their colorful leaves to blanket the earth, crows raise their voices joyfully from the bare branches, and squirrels busy themselves preparing their nests for winter. This lyrical celebration of the beauty and fun of autumn is sure to become a perennial fall favorite.
Lauren Stringer has illustrated many celebrated picture books, including <i>Deer Dancer </i>by Mary Lyn Ray; <i>The Princess and Her Panther</i> by Wendy Orr; <i>Scarecrow</i> and <i>Snow</i>, both written by Cynthia Rylant; as well as her own <i>Winter Is the Warmest Season</i> and <i>When Stravinsky Met Nijinsky</i>. She lives with her family in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Visit her at LaurenStringer.com.