LEAVE ME AND MY KITE ALONE is an exciting story to help teach children about the seasons. The story is set in spring and helps show children that it tends to be a little windy in spring. It also helps them to see that sometimes we say mean things because we are upset and that we need to apologize.
  With each story set in a different season, this series teaches children to observe the different seasons and what the weather is like in each season. Be sure to read LEAVE ME ALONE to see what Eric is up to in the fall, and LEAVE ME ALONE COLD WIND to see a playful side of Wind in the winter.
  Suggested questions to ask children after reading this story:
  1. What season does this story take place?
2. What is the weather like in the spring?
3. Is it windy?
4. What do you like to do outside in the spring?
5. Do you like to fly kites?