Author: Margaret Rose
 Illustrations: Marina Movshina info@twopinesstudio

Print ISBN: 978-1-61633-119-1; 1616331194
eBook ISBN: 978-1-61633-120-7; 1616331208


Raising children has its ups and downs, but I believe most mothers make it a point to cherish the fond memories. As children get older, we often let these fond memories lie dormant in the file of our minds until they are brought to the surface.

Reading First Spring by Margaret Rose jarred my brain into relishing once again many happy times I experienced with my three children when they were toddlers.
First Spring is a delightful nursery rhyme about a baby boy who explores Mother Nature with his mother for the first time.

Mothers are special in that they are never too tired to teach and help their children discover the world around them.

The mom in First Spring goes out with her baby and observes her precious bundle of joy as he discovers the world around him. She blows bubbles and the enchanted little boy tries to catch them. Next she teaches him about the budding flower in the ground and the squirmy little bug.

If you are a mother or grandmother reading First Spring will take you down memory lane and remind you of the fun times you experienced when your child was a toddler. If you are not yet a mom, this well written nursery rhyme will give you something to look forward to.

The delicate illustrations by Marina Movshina complement the tale quite well, bringing the story to full life visually.

6 responses to this post.

  1. A gorgeous book and a lovely review make a winning combination! Congratulations to Marina as well for her enchanting art work. This takes us all down memory lane.


  2. Thank you, Nancy and Nicole. My son hasn’t been this little in a long time but each time I read the book, I stroll down memory lane and I’m so glad Marina could bring it to life for me.

    Thank you for coming by,
    Margaret Rose


  3. Margaret and Nancy,

    Appreciate you stopping by to leave a comment.

    Nicole Weaver


  4. Thanks for sharing the lovely review, Nicole. Margaret, it sounds like a great trip down memory lane!


  5. Connie,

    Thanks for leaving a comment.

    Nicole Weaver


  6. Connie…I’m glad you visited. I think the book can be both a trip down memory lane or something to anticipate in the future if you don’t have children. Enjoy your evening.

    Margaret Rose


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