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A Year In The City

In a city where thousands of people live close together, a natural rhythm of life develops. In a city, the seasons come and go with their own sights and sounds. People turn up their collars in January and hurry along cold streets. In April, they buy chocolate eggs at the supermarket. When the first leaves fall in September, children walk to school in stiff new shoes. And the year keeps turning.

Young readers will identify the natural rhythm of city life with a cast of thousands and the influence of the ever changing kaleidoscope nature’s urban seasons on their urban lives.

  • Published: May 1998
  • Updated: Sep 2010
  • Media Type: Book
  • Author: Henderson, Kathy (author), Howard, Paul (illustrator)
  • Publisher: Candlewick Press
  • Publisher Info: Published 1996. 9 x 11. 32 pages. Watercolour and crayon illustrations.
  • Price: Approx. $17 US
  • Order Info: Check your local library or bookstore. May have to special order.