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Here Comes Jack Frost (Giant First-Start Reader)

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When the wind blows on a cold night, Jack Frost goes to work.
School & Library Binding, 34 pages
Published February 1st 1982 by Troll Communications
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Miss Pippi the Librarian
Jack Frost visits in the Winter. Watch out your window and you will see him! When Winter begins to melt, Jack Frost goes away. But keep watching, next Winter he will visit again!

Here Comes Jack Frost by Peters came before Here Comes Jack Frost by Kohara. Both books are fun and frosty reads during Winter. This book is a little retro in the illustrations, but the text is beautifully simple and repetitive for little listeners and beginning readers. Frost's paintings were full of swirls and curls wh
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