Robin's Winter Song

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Red and orange leaves were tumbling to the ground as Robin sang on his branch. His friends were all very busy. The finches were about to fly south. Squirrel was hiding his nuts. Bear was looking for a cosy cave. Winter is coming, his friends told him. Robin thought winter sounded scary and cold. He wanted to fly away too. But Owl told him it was much too far.  So Robin snuggled down with Bear. When Bear was fast asleep, Robin peeped out and saw that his world had turned crunchy and white and completely wonderful!

A dazzlingly beautiful book bringing the glories of the changing seasons alive for young readers. One to read over and over and keep forever.

Shortlisted for The Waterstones Children's Prize 2015.

More books like this

I Love You

Author: Clemency Pearce Illustrator: Rosalind Beardshaw

This beautifully illustrated book about forest animals shares a very important lesson: that those three little words can make a huge difference to someone feeling blue.

Read more about I Love You

Penguin and Pinecone

Author: Salina Yoon

Penguin would like to keep the pinecone he finds, but soon realises that it was lost and isn’t happy in the snowy land in which he lives.

Read more about Penguin and Pinecone

Share this book with your friends

Use our Bookfinder to discover the perfect children's books for every age...