"A simple story of seasons and of nature's cycle, told in spare and precise prose. In springtime, a pair of swans nest, lay eggs, and finally hatch six cygnets. Throughout the spring and summer, the swans raise their young, teach them to swim and to find food, and guard them from danger until they are ready to fly off on their own. By the time the last young swan leaves, it is a new spring, time for the swans to nest again. Full-color, graphic illustrations have a stylized simplicity that is a good match for the concise text. The pictures are large, uncluttered, and easy to see from a distance, making the book suitable for toddler storytimes. Simple language and large type is accessible to newly independent readers. An eye-catching picture book that will circulate well."
- School Library Journal

Seasons of Swans
Dutton: 0525446214

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