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by Sue Ann Alderson,Ann Blades

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  • ISBN 0888992831
  • ISBN13 978-0888992833
  • Language English
  • Author Sue Ann Alderson,Ann Blades
  • Publisher Groundwood Books (March 31, 1998)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats lrf lit azw mobi
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Nature and How It Works
  • Size ePub 1805 kb
  • Size Fb2 1508 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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Fourteen engaging poems celebrate the animal life of a pond throughout the year, devoting each work to a specific animal while lyrically describing how each develops and responds to the changing seasons.

Gentle watercolor images by award-winning illustrator Ann Blades capture the hues and textures of the seasons and the detail of each animal. Sue Ann Alderson's poetry in "Pond Seasons" will make learning about wildlife and the outdoors fun and easy for young children.

by Sue Ann Alderman and Sue Ann Alderson. Ducks, butterflies, fish and dragonflies-their life cycles all revolve around the poem that is at the center of these 14 delightful poems about wildlife and the seasons

by Sue Ann Alderman and Sue Ann Alderson. Ducks, butterflies, fish and dragonflies-their life cycles all revolve around the poem that is at the center of these 14 delightful poems about wildlife and the seasons. Gentle watercolor illustrations capture the hues and textures of the seasons, and the poetry makes learning about wildlife fun and easy for young children.

By Ann Blades, Sue Ann Alderson. In this collection of fourteen poems, the life on a pond is examined in each of the four seasons

By Ann Blades, Sue Ann Alderson. In this collection of fourteen poems, the life on a pond is examined in each of the four seasons. see all In this collection of fourteen poems, the life on a pond is examined in each of the four seasons. Accompanied by color illustrations, the subjects of the poems range from mallard ducks to a turtle's hibernation.

Her first book Mary of Mile 18, published in 1971, received the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award. Pond Seasons (1997) text by Sue Ann Alderson. It was followed by A Boy of Taché in 1973. Mary of Mile 18 was made into a film by the National Film Board of Canada Selected works. The Cottage at Crescent Beach (1977). The Canadian Encyclopedia. a b c "Blades, Ann, 1947-". Library and Archives Canada.

Sue Ann Alderson's poetry in "Pond Seasons" will make learning about wildlife and the outdoors fun and easy for . About Ann Blades (Illustrator) : Ann Blades is a published author and an illustrator of children's books.

Sue Ann Alderson's poetry in "Pond Seasons" will make learning about wildlife and the outdoors fun and easy for young children. View Ann Blades' profile.

In fourteen verses the changing seasons of a pond are depicted through fauna familiar to children

In fourteen verses the changing seasons of a pond are depicted through fauna familiar to children. Alderson evokes the essence of each animal and allows its personality to shape the tone of her lyrical verse. Hence we witness the frenetic energy of young frogs, reflect on the ethereal stillness of butterflies, are amused by the clumsy awkwardness of young raccoons and hear the autumn hurry of Canada Geese

Sue Ann Alderson (born September 11, 1940), an American children's novelist, was born in 1940 in New York City. in English from Ohio State University in 1962 and an . in English literature from the University of California,.

Sue Ann Alderson (born September 11, 1940), an American children's novelist, was born in 1940 in New York City. in English literature from the University of California, Berkeley in 1967. Alderson moved to Vancouver, British Columbia in 1967 where she taught at Simon Fraser University. She also was a professor in the Creative Writing Department at the University of British Columbia.

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