Barbara Seuling shares the transition from fall to winter in the book Winter Lullaby. The book’s structure is set as a question/ answer style. Greg Newbold illustrates the simple text with such vivid illustrations.
I love the way that nonfiction information is presented to the reader by asking the reader to think. “When the breeze blows the petals off the flowers, where do the bees go?” Upon turning the page, the reader is answered: “Inside their hives till spring arrives.” I love the choice of words that bring to live nature’s science: “When white frost creeps across the country meadow…”
Savorings for reading and in writing for Winter Lullaby:
- Dependent clauses
- Prepositional phrases – “across the sky“
- Time passage – fall to winter seasons
- Science – hibernation, seasonal changes