5 edition of The boy who looked for spring found in the catalog.
The boy who looked for spring
Ben attempts to solve three riddles about spring in order to break the spell imprisoning Mother Earth in unending sleep.
|Statement||written by Susan Fleischman ; illustrated by Donna Diamond.|
|Contributions||Diamond, Donna, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.F5774 Bo 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||90036819|
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The Boy Who Looked for Spring book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. One long winter Ben's family runs out of food. Hoping to hel /5. This book centers on a boy looking for spring who is told by a mystical fox (with a The boy who looked for spring book "like crackling leaves") that to awaken Mother Earth, there are several tasks he must accomplish.
He is successful at each, and so Mother Earth gives birth to her child, : Susan Fleischman. Get this from a library. The boy who looked for spring. [Susan Fleischman; Donna Diamond] -- Ben attempts to solve three riddles about spring in order to break the spell imprisoning Mother Earth in unending sleep.
A lyrical fantasy in picture book format, this tells of a boy who goes looking for spring and finds a quest. Led by a mysterious white fox to a woodland cave near his farm, Ben discovers a pregnant woman, clothed in flowers--Mother : Susan Fleischman.
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