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    Woe is Me… It’s Spring! Storytime with Amy Dua

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    Discover a new book from a Michigan author at our Okemos storytime when Amy Dua introduces her new book!

    This event is free to attend. However it helps us in planning to receive your RSVP. 

    About the Book:

    Have you ever wondered what the woodland animals do when the cold air starts to warm up and the animals begin to come out and explore? Follow each character through the seasons and see what they do when spring arrives.

    This book teaches all about what each of the animal, insect and human characters do when the flowers start to bloom and it is time for spring to arrive. This is a fun and informative book that teaches children about the seasons, as well as, the work that some animals, insects and humans have to do during that season to carry on the cycle of life. With colorful illustrations and fun, educational rhymes, this is the perfect book for children 2-8 years old.

    Enjoy the colorful and fun illustrations while learning the basic concepts of:

    -Weather and the seasons

    -The effects of weather and the seasons on nature

    -Plants

    -Animals

    -The cycle of life

    Follow the journey of these different creatures as you see through their eyes what it means to them when the seasons change.

    As this book is full of real-life information, it is also a great addition to any preschool, elementary or homeschool library. It contains information about ladybugs, birds, snakes, deer and humans. Learn some interesting facts about the animals we see around us going about their business in the spring.

    Enjoy time reading with the little one in your life with this charming educational book all about what springtime brings. Be sure to also check out Woe is Me...It's Autumn, another book in the Woe is Me: The Seasons Series.

    Not able to join us? Order your copy here:

    https://www.schulerbooks.com/b...

    About the Author:

    Amy grew up in Buffalo, New York, and has always had a gift for communicating with children. Whether helping them through her years of work as a legal advocate for children in Michigan, or with her own four children, Amy has always loved to help young people find their strengths in fun and creative ways. Writing and illustrating a book with her children, who have been her biggest support, has fulfilled a lifelong dream to share her love of creative teaching with not only her own kids, but with children everywhere.


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