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Time for Spring (Revised) (School And Library) (Crockett Johnson)
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Spring, no snowman.Snowman, no spring?
Irene has had quite enough of sledding, skating, and snowball fighting. It's time for spring—everyone says so.
And then, as it so often does when it's time for spring, it snows.
The snowman Irene builds is a little bit funny, a little bit serious, and he plans to stick around until at least the Fourth of July. Will spring ever come if the snowman stays?
First published in 1957 and written and illustrated by the creator of Harold and the Purple Crayon, this charming story celebrates the joys of anticipation, friendship, and that glorious moment when what you've been waiting for finally arrives.