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Season Facts and Fun

  • Super Summer
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    • Super Summer

    • Season Facts and Fun
      Bruce Goldstone
      Holt Books for Young Readers

    • Summer is a season of plenty—plenty of sun and fun. People take vacations and find plenty of activities in and around water. Animals try to stay cool, while bees and wasps go to work. Flowers bloom...

      • Available in:

      • eBook
  • Spectacular Spring
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    • Spectacular Spring

    • Season Facts and Fun
      Bruce Goldstone
      Holt Books for Young Readers

    • Spring is a season of beginnings, from blooming flowers to active animals. People spend more time outdoors, days grow longer, and umbrellas pop open as the weather shifts from snow to rain.

      There's...

      • Available in:

      • eBook
  • Wonderful Winter
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    • Wonderful Winter

    • Season Facts and Fun
      Bruce Goldstone
      Holt Books for Young Readers

    • Winter is a season of wondering and waiting. We wonder why some trees lose their leaves while others stay green all winter long. We wait for the first snowfall—and then wonder at how amazing...

      • Available in:

      • eBook
  • Awesome Autumn
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    • Awesome Autumn

    • Season Facts and Fun
      Bruce Goldstone; Photographs by the author
      Square Fish

    • Autumn is awesome! Leaves change color. Animals fly south or get ready to hibernate. People harvest crops and dress up as scary creatures for Halloween. And then there are pickup football games to...

      • Available in:

      • Physical Book
      • Audio Book
      • eBook

Bruce Goldstone

Bruce Goldstone is the author of several books, including Wonderful Winter, Awesome Autumn, I See a Pattern Here, That's a Possibility!, 100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days, Great Estimations, Greater Estimations and The Beastly Feast. He has worked in educational publishing for nearly twenty years. Growing up in Ohio, Bruce fell in love with reading and the magic of words, and even back then he knew he wanted to be a writer. Books have always been an important part of his life, from buying used paperbacks to his first job, shelving books as a library page. He now lives in New York City with a plethora of pets including one dog, three parakeets, and an aquarium.

Alan Barnett