Baby Learns About Seasons is a board book published by Salina Bookshelf of Flagstaff, Arizona. This bilingual board book is set in the Southwest among the contemporary Navajo Nation. The colourful illustrations by Beverly Blacksheep feature a young Navajo toddler who experiences the changing seasons in the Southwest. On the first page, we see Baby in a cradleboard with her mother. They are sitting outside watching a butterfly and we begin the seasonal cycle of activities among the Navajo. Baby helps her family during the year and during the spring Baby watches older sister bottle feed a new-born lamb. Baby is now walking and another activity in the spring is planting. Grandfather prepares the field for planting as Baby sits and watches. Then summer arrives and Baby goes with her grandmother to gather corn pollen in the corn fields. Another summer activity is peach picking. Here Baby sits in the shade of the tree as mother selects peaches from its branches. Fall arrives. Baby plays outdoors, catches falling leaves, and picks pinon nuts. Winter brings snow as a warmly-dressed Baby watches her grandfather chopping wood. The final scene shows the Navajo family listening as grandfather tells winter time stories. While the publishers designed the board book to appeal to Navajo preschool and kindergarten-age children, this book will appeal to all young children. This charming book contains Navajo and English text with delightfully simple illustrations by Beverly Blacksheep. The Navajo translation is provided by linguist Peter Thomas. This board book about a young child who experiences the seasonal round of activities with her family is an important addition to the limited Native-content board book collection.