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The Leaves Go Crunch Crunch: What Will You Hear when you Leave the Leaves?

Flora C. Caputo

Forget raking in the fall! Leaving leaves behind isn't messy, it's magical! This playful book shows kids how fallen leaves create a haven for butterflies, bumble bees, beetles, and all sorts of backyard buddies. With vibrant illustrations and playful sounds, "The Leaves Go Crunch Crunch" ignites a love for the natural world in young readers. It's a story that sparks curiosity, inspires action, and reminds us that even the smallest acts can make a big difference for our backyard wildlife and insects. Explore the benefits of leaf piles and join the backyard conservation movement! Be a hero for nature, one leaf at a time.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Moonlightco, L.L.C.
  • Publish Date: Jan 15th, 2024
  • Pages: 34
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 8.50in - 0.25in - 0.70lb
  • EAN: 9781736578698
  • Recommended age: 03-07
  • Categories: Science & Nature - EnvironmentConcepts - SeasonsScience & Nature - Flowers & Plants

About the Author

Caputo, Flora C.: - Flora Caputo has been an award-winning creative director/art director in advertising for over 25 years, equipped with a BA from Columbia College Chicago and an emphasis in illustration. During this time, she has been the author/owner of the popular food, garden, and lifestyle blog "The Urban Domestic Diva". The blog has grown into a vibrant community of people who love bringing beauty and creativity into their daily lives. Her gardening and food passions drove curiosity and advocacy for the world's pollinators, who are a necessary link in the global food chain. Their depleting numbers inspired Flora to write, hand-illustrate, and publish her books.Flora lives with her family on the northwest side of Chicago. When she is not writing or working in her design studio, she can be found watching Britcom reruns with her husband or pottering around her garden beds.
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