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Happy Holidays from Greenwillow Books

“Winter Songs” The winter sings a windy song That hustles rusty leaves along.   The winter sings a song of hail That pings and pangs like falling nails.   The winter sings a song of sleet As sloshing cars slip down the street.   The winter sings a song of snow, A whispering as whiteness [...]

12/12/12 and (approximately) 12 great winter reads!

While you’re pondering the significance of 12/12/12 and taking a break from monitoring your seismographs and telescopes, here, in no particular order, are a dozen or so (math isn’t our strong suit) books that we love to read and share during this most wonderful time of the year*. Little Bea and the Snowy Day, by [...]

From the Studio

By Douglas Florian An Artist’s Desk An artist’s desk need not be neat— If need be there’ll be things to eat, And things to drink, and things to see, Such as a bumbling bumblebee. An artist’s desk may have some chalk, And centipedes sent for a walk, Or ladybugs who love to talk. An artist’s desk is deep and [...]