The Year Comes Round: Haiku Through the Seasons (Hardcover)

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By Sid Farrar, Ilse Plume (Illustrator)
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Delightful, warmly humorous haiku are enhanced by crisply clear watercolor illustrations (5-9).

— From Poetry

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"Brown bear politely/offers to surrender his/den to nosy skunk." Twelve nature-themed haiku accompanied by lush illustrations take the reader from January to December. A great way to introduce children to the traditional Japanese poetry form.

About the Author


Sid Farrar works in publishing and lives with his wife, Wendy, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has three grown children, Dan, Rose, and Jacob and a grandson, Vinny. Sid wrote poems for his kids when they were little, including some of the poems in this book. He enjoys the change of seasons on his walks in the woods and around the lakes of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Ilse Plume is a collector and illustrator of children's songs and folktales from around the world. Her first book, The Bremen Town Musicians, was a Caldecott Honor book for 1981. She has since created many other beautiful works, including The Twelve Days of Christmas and The Velveteen Rabbit. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780807581292
ISBN-10: 0807581291
Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company
Publication Date: September 1st, 2012
Pages: 32
Language: English