There's a Season for All
The queen of Tween Land has four daughters. The name of Tweenland is a play on words because a tween is somewhere between being a child and being an adult. The princesses were all born just hours apart and they all are different from each other. They have definite characteristics unique to them. Winter has hair the color of snow and blue wings. Spring is a lover of life and she has red wings. Summer has the coloring of a sunflower and eyes colored like grass. Fall is the youngest with orange hair and brown eyes. Each of the sisters thought they should be in control. But when you have 4 fairies all wanting to be the boss, disharmony will result. This book talks about harmony and working together.
I really liked the brightly colored pages and facial expressions on the girls’ faces. Sammy Shu has a way of describing their personalities and strengths. Carl Cone's illustrations really bring the text to life. “There’s a Season for All” is a beautiful book both in its storyline and pictures.