As Autumn comes, one yellow leaf clings to the big oak tree. Red and yellow leaves swirl and dance through the air, but the little yellow leaf thinks, "I'm not ready...not yet." Autumn passes, and the apples and pumpkins start to turn, but the little yellow leaf is still not ready. A chill starts to fill the air. Flurries fall. But the little yellow leaf holds on, alone. And then, a scarlet leaf, still on the icy branches, too, asks the little yellow leaf, "Will you?" The little yellow leaf says, "I will," and together they let go of the tree and "soar" and "dance" off into the sky. This beautifully simple story of friendship, togetherness and of finding the courage to let go will be loved by children of three to six years. Simple yet elegant cut paper illustrations compliment the text.