I See Fall

Bibliographic Information: Ghigna, C., & Jatkowska, A. (2012). I see fall. Mankato, MN: Picture Window Books.

Brief Annotation: There are so many wonderful things to be seen in the fall, this book spots them all!

Genre: Fiction

Grade Level: Preschool

Readers who will like this: Children who like fall; children who like rhyming: children who enjoy the holidays; children who like pictures

Rating/Response: 4 Focusing on the beauty and events of fall, this book describes the season in cute caption and bright, colorful, illustrations.

One question you would ask before a read aloud: “What does the season of fall look like?”

Reading Strategy: Visualization

Rationale for Strategy: This book is great for teaching seasons and senses. By focusing on just sight, it instigates discussion on traditions, weather, and holidays that take place in the season of fall.

Posted by: Sammi Keller

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