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It happens in the month of September
Ellen Jackson
Illustrated by Pat DeWitt and Robin DeWitt
Non-Fiction (Series)
Ages 6 to 8
Charlesbridge, 2002, 0-88106-922-1
  For many September is a time for change. Days and nights start to cool down and frost begins to appear in the mornings. Trees send their seeds out into the world on the wind and on the feathers and fur of animals. The leaves on the trees begin to change color and birds begin their migrations to warmer climes. Animals of all kinds begin to make preparations for the winter months, collecting foods and making their homes more secure.
 For people this month is also a time for change as the harvest begins and as children once again return to school.
  Named after the Latin word septem which means seven, this is the month in which fall begins and when many get ready to welcome the cooler months once more.
  Packed with all kinds of natural history, information about climate, history and more, this is a wonderful portrait of a very special month.


It happens in the month of September


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