Winter Quiet

Image by Victoria Borodinova from Pixabay Hello Nature Lovers, Parents, and Educators, Today I’m sharing a poem I wrote called “Winter Quiet”. trees dressed in snow carnival of white trails of fluff icy crunch under my feet chilled breezes crisp air to breathe showers of snowflakes surprising beauty whirl into mounds move into drifts pile…

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The Blue Morpho Butterfly

Blue is my favorite color! I chose the Blue Morpho to be the featured butterfly in the Butterfly Children’s Picture Book. You can find it on each page of the book. Enjoy the following videos about the Blue Morpho. Silky Wings Open Wide Fold Tight… (Excerpt from the Butterfly Poem by Elvy Rolle) What’s your…

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Nature’s Pages Presents: The Making of the Butterfly Picture Book – Part 2

Today, I will share with you some of my illustrator notes, as well as various illustrator sketches. In addition, the original and current Butterfly Picture Book covers will be presented. Finally, I’ll leave you with the Butterfly Poem, and my future plans for the book. Butterfly Picture Book Detailed Illustrator Notes All scenes take place…

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Look Up! A Prose-Poem of Encouragement

Photo by Free-Photos from Pixabay Amid all of our concerns and trials, think about and talk to Jesus, who is our Helper in every situation. Though life is constantly changing around us, we can take comfort in knowing that He is greater than all our perplexities, and that He is still in control. I encourage…

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Winter Woods

Hello Everyone, I thought you might enjoy this winter poem written for young children. Winter Prayer by Sara E. Wiltse Loving Friend Oh, hear our prayer! Take into Thy tender care All the leaves and flowers that sleep In their white beds covered deep; Sheltered from the wintry storm All Thy snow-birds; keep them warm…

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Winter Inspiration

Winter Background Hello Nature Lovers, Here’s a winter poem I adapted from Margaret Sangster that I thought you might enjoy. The Snowflakes It was a little snowflake, with tiny winglets curled, the warm cloud held it above the sleeping world; All night the wild wind blustered, and blew o’er land and sea; that little snowflake…

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