Spring of the Year
The excitement of the author is palpable as he recounts his observation of one sign of spring after another. Readers are likely to be infected with his enthusiasm and take on some of the activities suggested in the Things To See, Things To Hear, and Things To Do chapters that are interspersed between accounts of wondrous happenings in spring in the great out of doors. Special emphasis is placed on the rewards to be gained by selecting and coming to know one particular place intimately.
Each of these nature-filled books feature beautiful stories about animals and their habits during the seasons of the year. Dallas Sharp’s unique way of writing makes the reader feel as though they are seeing the dialogue first-hand. He paints such a pretty picture with his eloquent use of words. There are many graphics of animals included throughout. Each book features a slim paperback format that includes between 120-150 pages.