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Children's and Young Adult Literature | Fiction | Library and Information Science | Modern Literature


Children's literature, reviews, snow, winter


Do you wanna build a snowman? This whimsically delightful book captures the thrill of the first snow of winter from a child’s perspective. As glittering, white snowflakes fall to the ground, children race outside to laugh and play together in this new, frozen wonderland. They make snow angels, ice skate, slide and so much more. This adorable read captures the exhilarating rush of childhood throughout the seasons from the first snow to the first fresh breath of spring. It teaches children about the importance of having fun and about the variety of new experiences that await them if they merely step outside their door. In the back of the book, it also contains a list of fun activities to do during snowstorms that will inspire children to play to their heart’s content. This book is valuable because it encourages children to unplug, go outside, and experience life for themselves. Recommended Katie Korwan, Centennial Library Intern, Cedarville University, Cedarville, Ohio.



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Review of <em>Snow Days</em> by Deborah Kerbel

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