Where is Spring?

Wacky Weather

Children - Picture Book
17 Pages
Reviewed on 03/20/2017
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Author Biography

Lorita is an Author and Freelance Copywriter. She lives with her husband and two children in Portsmouth, England. When she is not busy writing, Lorita enjoys a good game of scrabble and playing dolls with her daughter.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen for Readers' Favorite

Where is Spring? Wacky Weather by Lorita Clarke-Scott is a fun children's book. Three trees, named Maple, Willow, and Oak, desperately want spring to arrive. Spring is their favourite season, and their leaves start to grow. But winter refuses to leave. The trees are freezing and are worried that they could get frost bite. The trees miss their bird friends, but their bird friends won't come back until winter leaves and spring arrives. Will winter ever leave? Will spring ever arrive?

I really enjoyed Where is Spring? by Lorita Clarke-Scott. The book is very creative, with the trees talking to each other. Children will enjoy reading this book over and over again. I liked the idea of having Spring and Winter as characters, it was very creative. The pictures by Daniel Aiers are very colourful and depict each scene very well. I liked the way the trees were drawn. I liked the illustration of Spring; she looks exactly as one would imagine she'd look. The book is very well-written. I liked how all the trees had different personalities, for example Oak is kind of a show off. The book is relatable, because often winter stays longer than it is supposed to and we feel just like the trees - we, too, wish spring would come back. The book is really fun to read. Children will enjoy the idea of talking trees. I would recommend Where is Spring? by Lorita Clarke-Scott to all young readers.