This week’s What to Read Wednesday is all about seasons. I’m fickle when it comes to weather… a fan of changing seasons, grateful to live in a valley that so stunningly showcases them all. From our blustery Winters in fifty shades of gray and evergreen, to our vibrant, verdant blossom-filled Springs; hot haying Summers a patchwork quilt of golden farmland, to current kaleidoscope of foliage ablaze with Autumn.
One ought not omit Anne of Green Gables from a list of books about seasons, Lucy Maude Montgomery a master poet on the topic…
“It was November– the month of crimson sunsets, parting birds, deep, sad hymns of the sea, passionate wind songs in the pines.”
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