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Posted June 11, 2001
Whatever the weather the stylized illustrations of Japanese artist Fumi Kosaka will bring enjoyment to all. Each of Kosaka's paintings, created with acrylics and dry brush, accompanies an easily understood poem descriptive of the weather. John Drinkwater's ode to the sun is a happy refrain, while Aileen Fisher's 'June!' presents a perfect time to go barefoot. Christina Rossetti's 'Clouds' are pictured as white sheep; Margaret Wise Brown pays tribute to autumn when the leaves come tumbling down. This pairing of art and poetry will be returned to again and again.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.