Zuno’s Pick

Illustrator Susan Jeffers introduces a new generation of readers to Robert Frost’s Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. Jeffers gives Frost’s poem her unique perspective as fur and feathers spring from the pages. Fluffy snowflakes float  down the paper in silent snowfall. Woodland creatures peek from behind bare branches. How many you can find and why is that man stopping by the woods?

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