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And Then Comes Summer by Tom Brenner
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And Then Comes Summer by Tom Brenner
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Apr 20, 2021 | ISBN 9781536217377

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Summer’s smells, sounds, rhythms, and rituals unspool luxuriantly in this tribute to the season…Looking at these fantastic freeze-frames of fun, young readers see their desire to halt time during summer months fulfilled. Hearing lush phrases that capture summer’s ethos ("daylight pushes back bedtimes, and crickets crick-crick in the evening air"), they can almost smell freshly mown lawns and taste campfire s’mores. A perennial read that radiates summer’s heady glee.
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

The language is stunning in its descriptiveness…and Kim’s artwork is steeped in sunshine. The overall effect is a celebration of playing outdoors in front yards with bare feet on those special, cherished days that “stretch out like a slow yawn.”
—Booklist Online

With this sunny celebration of the season, readers will find themselves eagerly anticipating June…Buoyant and infused with energy, these picturesque images call to mind an idyllic time and place without electronics or screens and where kids are free to roam with minimal supervision.
—School Library Journal

The smells, sounds, sights, and activities of summer are presented in lyrical text and cheery acrylic illustrations…The activities the boy enjoys, including selling lemonade, marching in the fourth of July parade, and camping at the lake, will have young children thinking about their own anticipated summer pastimes.
—Literacy Daily

From lemonade stands to family vacations, this is the perfect ode to the joys of summer.
—Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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