BIG SNOW David tries to help his mother with Christmas housecleaning, but his mind swirls with thoughts of the big snow predicted to fall that afternoon.The flour he measures for cookies reminds him of a snow's initial, light dusting; soapy bubbles seem like fat flakes piling up; clean bed linens appear as white-blanketed pastures. With each association, the boy abruptly abandons his task to go "check the
LibraryThing Review David has snow too much on the brain to help his mom with household chores.
LibraryThing Review Big Snow by Jonathan Bean tells about an antsy little boy waiting for a "big snow." There is always something reminding the little boy of snow which causes him to abandon that chore. He is constantly
LibraryThing Review When one lives in the south where it almost never snows, one's inclination is not to be carried away about a book about snow. Will the kids relate? With Bean's book, of course they will. It's as much
LibraryThing Review A charming CHARMING rendition of an older suburban neighborhood just like the one I grew up in. David is yearning for snow, but the world is that dull color of late fall. So he 'helps' his mom with
Review: Big Snow This book was a quick read. I did not get the gist if the story? My grandson and I kept focusing on all the work the mom had to do while waiting for the big snow to happen. That became the funny for Ashton. Maybe that was the gist of the book.
Daniel Tiger and the entire neighborhood celebrate Snowflake Day in this super special shaped board book with foil on the cover. A perfect gift for the youngest Daniel Tiger fans!
Delightful creatures and characters are revealed with each page of this series from writer/illustrator Charles Reasoner. Die-cut windows give a peek-a-boo look at the fun that awaits on the followi...