Written by Deborah Kerbel
Illustrated by Miki Sato
Pajama Press — Fall 2021
From 2 to 5 | 24 pages
Blustery wind burns and shrieks
Nibbles on my nose and cheeks
For preschoolers, windy fall days mean excitement and play.
Strong winds stimulate children and their surroundings, as though an invisible hand is shaking the world. Gentler breezes help plants scatter their seeds, set pinwheels in motion, and keep kite strings taut. But fiercer winds begin to sting the cheeks as they bring about a new season…