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This week we read Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf, by Lois Ehlert. This is a great book that explains the life cycle of a tree. As always Lois Ehlert’s textural collages are stunning. As we are reading we love seeing all the different items that are used to create the pictures.
We actually decided to read this book after Emily came home with her Art Project from school. They made leaf prints and it reminded me of the cover of the book.
We actually did leaf prints at home with our art group at the beginning of autumn too. They are so much fun to make and even the littlest kids (15 months old) were able to get involved and make great prints!
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I love the leaf prints, they turned out great! This is one of the fall books we read every year.
Lois Ehlert's collage illustrations are always inspiring.
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That's a great idea and we still have plenty of leaves. We love Lois Ehlert books.
This a great way to work with leaves. We so need to start painting again at my house.
Your leaf prints turned out so pretty. I love that book!
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