NORTH WITH THE SPRING
Produced by Philip S. Hobel
1989, 47 minutes
Teacher's Guide available
Purchase: $150 Classroom Rental: $75
* Silver Medal, Atlanta Film Festival
* Chris Award, Columbus Film Festival
"...Considerately paced, informative narration combines with spectacular filming techniques in these nature walks that consider interrelationships of the wild, for schools, community groups, and public libraries." - Booklist (American Library Association)
Other titles in the series include:
- Journey Into Summer
- Autumn Across America
- Wandering Through Winter
Subjects & Collections
THE FOUR SEASONS (Series)
This award-winning series celebrates the scenic splendor of North America's changing seasons while emphasizing the urgent need for protection and conservation of the world's environment and wildlife.
WANDERING THROUGH WINTER
Part of The Four Seasons series, this film's focus is winter. A time of migration and hibernation, winter also sets the blood racing, the nip of the wind quickening our every move.
AUTUMN ACROSS AMERICA
Part of The Four Seasons series, this film poses some searching and often bewildering questions. It asks why we still offer bounties for certain animals...why we destroy the awe-inspiring redwood forests...why the elk is near extinction...why the trumpeter swan was "too beautiful to live."
JOURNEY INTO SUMMER
Part of The Four Seasons series, this quietly beautiful film shows natrue at her zenith of color and life. Everything is in full bloom--plants, insects, animals--and all are performing their individual and interdependent roles in nature's great life cycle.