Author: Charlotte Zolotow
At the end of an eventful day, a little boy asked, "After the wind stops, where does it go?" His mother explained to him that the wind does not stop. It just blows somewhere else and makes other trees dance.
Then, she told her children about the principle of immortality in the world, where things transform into another place or in another form. The rain returns as clouds and eventually forms new rain; the waves retreat into the sea and eventually became new waves; day and night cycle back and forth, and night brings darkness and stars to the little boy, making him dream.
The author and the illustrator completes a beautiful tribute to the circular chain of everything in nature with lyrical text and colorful illustrations.
Recommended for Ages: 3-10