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Ivy in Bloom: The Poetry of Spring from Great Poets and Writers from the Past by Vanita Oelschlager, Kristin Blackwood

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ARC was provided by NetGalley in exchanged for an honest review.

Friends, this was a simple and delightful read! While is starts out with the winter blues, the scenes quickly turn into spring filled frames! This book was such a fast read and honestly, I wish we had so much more. I really loved how things transitioned and it’s perfect to put you in the mood for spring time.

Our story follows Ivy, who is waiting for spring to finally come. Winter has her stuck in the wintery blues and all she wants is April showers to finally come. As our story progresses, we watch Ivy play in the snow and slowly transition into the beautiful scenery of spring. Finally ending with our main character swinging in the sunlight and enjoy the view of spring.

What I truly loved most about this book wasn’t just the art, but also the fact that all the poems are referenced in the back of this book. I love when books pull inspiration from other creators, but also leave the sources or the inspirations for them where the reader can easily find them. As for the art, the art is truly beautiful and almost has a water color look to it. Perfect for anyone who needs something eye pleasing to read.

Overall, I truly enjoyed this. It was very eye pleasing and such a quick read. Not to mention, it gives you a break from more dense books that may be draining your focus or might be too intense at the moment. I do wish it had been a little bit long though. I feel this book have benefited with ten more pages or so, but regardless, it was an enjoyable read. Perfect for those who are itching for spring to finally be here.

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