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Snowboy 1, 2, 3

3.28 of 5 stars 3.28  ·  rating details  ·  43 ratings  ·  17 reviews
One snowboy all alone . . .
. . . but he’s not alone for long! Join this cheerful snowman for a wintertime counting romp, complete with a whole host of animal friends.

Playful rhythms and exuberant illustrations come together to celebrate the wonder of winter.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 16th 2012 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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5* art
3* concept

Lively illustrations and colours.
Meg McGregor
Lexi loves snowmen and this little snowboy is no exception.

He is alone for a short while until all sorts of friends and reminders of winter come to join him.

He counts three ancient apple trees, four apples in the air, five rocks across the river, etc. all the way from one to ten!

What I really like about this book is that he also counts from ten to one.

A great book to help your little ones enjoy all the fun things about the winter season!
My son was interested in the fact this book counts up to 10 and then back down again, but I wasn't wild about the book. The illustrations are bright and colorful, but the book seems to change themes... The snow people come to life and the spiders spin thread to hang Christmas baubles but then there are pages of ravens? And a fox chasing rabbits that appear rather terrified? I like one illustration talking about their shadows lengthening, but I feel like overall the book doesn't feel cohesive.

Dec 06, 2012 Valerie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: pb
My Early Childhood kiddos loved this book. Actually, when I asked them if they liked it, they leaned close and said, so there would be no mistaking, "We LOVED it." I was told that they particularly loved the sparkles on the front, the pictures, and the glove.

Sitting in a close circle, we read and counted and examined. They were anxious to find the glove the raven stole, and delighted in finding it, both the tiny rendering and the bigger ones in the crisp detailed pictures. The paper ornaments w
Where do I begin? This is a counting book with a snow theme. One snowboy cavorts between various random characters and objects (fox, rabbits, bears, crows, snow people, paper lanterns, to name a few) involved in arbitrary activities. Some of the pages (carrots that inexplicably appear as candles on what seems to be a birthday cake) are nonsensical. To add to the confusion, on the page that displays “8 mittens in a row,” four of the “mittens” are gloves. The pages count from 1 to 10 and back down ...more
This book counts up from 1 to 10 and then back down to 1, starting and finishing with 1 snowboy. It's full of wintery type things and animals. The illustrations are colorful and bright.

Good for toddler or preschool storytimes.
Sydney Foster
I really like this book because with it being a counting book, it counts up and it counts down. I love the bright illustrations that it has. I also really like the simplicity of the words and layout.
Marissa Garcia
It performed just okay during storytime, and I waver between liking the illustrations and not liking them.
The illustration style and color palette are not my favorite, but I do like how much the illustrations bring to the book...lots of well-planned details that link one page to the next and add depth to the text (the journey that the mitten takes, the fox's antics). So many, though, that despite the bright pictures and short lines I don't think this is a book for storytime; probably better one on one where you can take your time.

Also, there are so many terribly written verse books out there that I
A delightful snowboy with out stretched arms invites you in to his world of snow fun and animal creatures as well as being pursued by a cunning fox. This concept book counts to ten and back again. I especially enjoyed the imaginative illustrations, the one with a snow cake with carrots for candles and snowflakes for the glowing of the lighted candles.
Illustrations and simple rhymes celebrate the wonders of winter, from one snowboy, to ten party favors, and back to the solitary snowboy again.
Sharon Lawler
Winter themed book that counts to 10 and then counts back. Winter animals are the stars of the illustrations and the storyline.
A lovely counting book, perfect for winter and snow story time. And, of course, the illustrations are perfectly delightful!
Dec 11, 2012 Jen rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: pb
Sparkly front cover, counts up to ten and back down to one. Very bright pictures with humorous busy illustrations.
Linda Atkinson
Bright, bold illustrations. Toddler or storytime themes: snow, snowman, counting
Count up to ten and back down to one with this charmingly illustrated book!
Edward Sullivan
Playful counting book for a winter day.
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