'When Green Becomes Tomatoes' Poems for All Seasons by Julie Fogliano and Julie Morstad.

And if a firefly should one night appear suddenly in your bedroom flickering you out of awake and well into dreaming don't forget that even things lost but still glowing love a small, whispered thank you floating somewhere between drifting and dreams Doesn't that poem just feel like a dreamy summer night in a bedroom cooled by open windows? It's 'July 9th' in this chronological collection of poetry that takes us through the seasons. Fittingly, this book starts with Spring (March 20) rather than January 1 so if you pick it up now, you won't be too far behind. I absolutely love this book.

'When Green Becomes Tomatoes' Poems for All Seasons by Julie Fogliano and Julie Morstad.

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