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Title:
Snow friends
Title:
Snow friends
Publisher Info:
Intercourse, PA : Good Books, 2005.
Physical Description:
1 volumes (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
General Note:
"Original edition published in English by Little Tiger Press, an imprint of Magi Publications, London, England, 2005"--T.p. verso.

"A sparkling glitter book"--P. [1] of cover.
Abstract:
After awakening early from his winter sleep and wishing for someone to play with, Little Bear is joined by new friends who help him make a snowman.
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Summary

When Little Bear wakes early from his winter sleep he has the most wonderful surprise: SNOW! Little Bear tumbles and skids and stomps and dances, but he soon finds that even snow is no fun without a friend to share it. So he decides to build a snowman... A charming story of friendship, made extra special by the magical, sparlking finish on the snowman. A board book edition of the bestselling children's picture book.


Author Notes

M. Christina Butler was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England in 1934. After studying for four years at Leeds General Infirmary in West Yorkshire, she obtained her state registration as a nurse. Her first book, Can I Stay with You?, was published in 1987. Her other works include Too Many Nests, Stanley in the Dark, Big Bad Rex, One Snowy Night, Snow Friends, and Who's Been Eating My Porridge?

(Bowker Author Biography)


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School Library Journal Review

PreS-Little Bear awakes in early spring to a world covered in snow. He plays, and then realizes that he is lonely. As he makes a snowman for a companion, an otter and a rabbit show up to help. Worried that their new friend might be lonely while they are off exploring, they build a smaller snowman to keep him company. In this saccharine world, friendship means simply having someone near you. Loneliness is cured when playmates pop up with no effort. The story and the illustrations are similarly cutesy. The animals are soft as cotton balls and always smiling. This is a "sparkling glitter" book, and preschoolers will love touching the pages and moving them around to catch the light. However, this tactile pleasure is likely to shorten the book's shelf life in a library.-Amelia Jenkins, Juneau Public Library, AK (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.