Children's Short Stories: Four Reasons for Each Season
by Jeannie Croichy
Children's Short Stories, Poetry, Nature, Environment: Four Reasons for Each Season
Gather together and explore nature’s beautiful four seasons. Through haiku poetry, discover descriptive reasons for each unique season. Whether you live in sunny California or snowy New Jersey, children will learn the different types of seasons, which will create meaningful family discussions and lifetime memories. This wonderful book is for all ages.
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What one Reader Had To Say!
Like many in the northeastern United States, I had grown quite tired of the winter - until I read these poems. While I'm still hoping for the recent warm weather to continue, Jeannie Croichy's sunny optimism - even in seasons where actual sunlight is all but absent - brings "warmth" tor readers' hearts even as the atmosphere is chilly. The accompanying illustrations fit each poem, providing an adorable partnership between words and visuals from page to page.
Although the book is listed as poems for children, readers of all ages can enjoy this, and from the perspective of an aspiring poet, these were a delightful inspiration. Very well done, Croichy family!
Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey to Caribbean parents, Jeannie Croichy brings her hopes and dreams to life through her writing. As a first generation American, she believes that despite individual differences, all dreams can come true.
Since receiving her Master of Arts in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in English, she has put her skills to use to make the world a better place. Currently, she is teaching at a local college, tutoring international students, and blogging.
Through writing and education, her goal is to be a leader through community involvement to impact the lives of children by setting inspirational examples through her writing.