Sugar White Snow and Evergreens: New Children's Book by AQ Editor

National Association of Scholars

Felicia Sanzari Chernesky, the managing editor of Academic Questions, has a new book out that suits the incoming season: Sugar White Snow and Evergreens: A Winter Wonderland of Color. It’s the third in her rhyming picture book series illustrated by Susan Swan and published by Albert Whitman & Company— joining Pick a Circle, Gather Squares: A Fall Harvest of Shapes (2013) and Cheers for a Dozen Ears: A Summer Crop of Counting (2014).  The final book in the series, Sun Above and Blooms Below: A Springtime of Opposites, will appear March 2015. Felicia has two more picture books with Albert Whitman in the works.

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