Winter Snow

Winter Snow

Book - 2012
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Baker & Taylor
An introduction to wintertime features colorful images of familiar scenes and elements, from dressing in warm layers and catching snowflakes to sledding and making snowmen, in a volume that incorporates language skill-building text. By the creator of Funny Feet.

Perseus Publishing
"A book filled with recognizable images of a winter's day in the snow" -- p. [4] of cover.


Independent Publishing Group

From getting dressed to face the frosty weather to sledding and making a snowman, this board book introduces children to the coldest season of the year. With colorful images of familiar wintry scenes, it teaches toddlers about the world around them. Bright illustrations and simple yet engaging text help young readers develop vocabulary and improve language skills.

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& Taylor

Describes a variety of objects and activities related to a child's first snow, from dressing in warm layers and catching snowflakes to sledding and making snowmen.
Describes a variety of objects and activities related to a child's first snow, from dressing in warm layers and catching snowflakes to sledding and making snowmen. On board pages.

Publisher: New York : Clavis Publishing, c2012
ISBN: 9781605371238
1605371238
Branch Call Number: JBB FIC SLE
Characteristics: [14] p. :,col. ill. ;,16 cm.

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blurb Mar 03, 2013

Liesbet Slegers does great board books! Their simplicity and bright colors and clean illustrations are a joy to read aloud to young ones. I feel that any children's library/section should own the entire collection of her work. Nevertheless, one criticism would be that the Dutch-to-English translators don't always get it right (e.g. "The snow is falling down" should be "The snow is falling," not "falling down." Perhaps the literal translation of expressions like "to snow" (in Dutch) create the confusion and minor linguistic problems in some of the close-but-not-quite-right English versions; all the more reason to be a tad more careful upon translating for readers, particularly young ones. Read these anyway, and interpret your own versions of what you think is the more correct English (your young one, if being read to anyway won't know the difference!). Again, the splendor of the simplicity and bright and clean illustrations outweighs the drawbacks of a few translation errors.

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