5 edition of When leaves and men fall found in the catalog.
When leaves and men fall
|Statement||by Francis Dairy ; edited by Sean Myers ; illustrations and poems by Marvin Nichols, Joe Spencer, and Cherylle Tadina.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 91/07848 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, v, 89 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||91815430|
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Story Time: Leaf Man Lois Ehlert’s book Leaf Man follows a group of autumn leaves as they are blown by the wind over fields, past orchards, through prairie meadows, and across lakes and rivers. The leaves start out in the shape of a man and take on different configurations as they travel east, west, north, and south, going where the wind blows.
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And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away.” ― Homer, The Iliad. In this brilliantly hued celebration of fall fun, two brothers enjoy everybody's favorite autumn activities: chasing leaves through the air, stomping on them, raking them into piles, and jumping in.
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When I worked at the library, I created a story time for the library a couple times with this book. It lends itself so well to crafts and projects. My favorite line in this books is this: So listen for a rustle in the leaves, Maybe you’ll find a Leaf Man waiting to go home with you.
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