Annotations for Spring : An Alphabet Acrostic


Baker & Taylor
A collection of poems describes spring, with its animals, green smells, and renewed outside activities and when read vertically, the first letters of the lines of text spell related words arranged alphabetically, from "April" to "zenith."

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Baker & Taylor
Describes spring, with its animals, green smells, and renewed outside activities, each line's first letter joining with the rest to spell related words from "April" to "zenith"

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Houghton
In this companion book to "Autumn: An Alphabet Acrostic," the pleasures of spring, from April to Zenith, are captured in twenty-six short poems. New grass and daffodils, hopscotch and kite flying, kittens under the porch and baby birds under the eaves are the subjects of Steven Schnur's evocative verses and Leslie Evans's luminous linoleum-cut illustrations. When read vertically, each poem reveals a playful acrostic, making every handsomely designed page a double treat for the eye as well as a joyous tribute to the season.


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