Chaucer's First Winter

Chaucer’s First Winter Author Stephen Krensky Illustrated by Henry Cole 2008 Age range: Preschool Chaucer is a young bear who has yet to learn about hibernation. As winter approaches, he is a doubtful that sleeping all winter is the right thing to do, and he joins his animal friends to discover the “magic” of winter. He learns to slide, how to make a snowball just right, and the importance of sliding or gliding on ice. When his friends discover that spring is in the air, Chaucer begins to miss the fun of winter, but he learns the value of sleep. A Bookish Decree: A charming tale about not missing any fun

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