I have seen a few books like this, but not very many and not as good as this one. It is a very short read for the very young attention span :)Because it has short two word phrases on each page. However, there is more to read, but not too much more, as the child grows. It is about the changing seasons. Spring is left out, but your discussion with your child would include all four, right? Right! Beautifully illustrated.
There is already an activity for you and your child to do at the end of this book. It tells you how to make leaf prints with collected leaves and paints. I am more a fan of leaf markings which only require collected leaves and paper and crayons (take the paper off the crayon). Place one leaf under the paper and rub the side of a crayon across the paper where the leaf is and you will make a great leaf marking! Put several different leaf markings on one page and Voila! You’ll have a refrigerator masterpiece!