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When Will It Snow?

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  24 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
This story is about a little boy who wishes it would snow and is daydreaming about what happens when it snows
Paperback, School Market, 27 pages
Published December 2002 by Scholastic Inc. (first published 2001)
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Tori Biles
Feb 20, 2015 Tori Biles rated it really liked it
I liked this book because it showed how wild children's imaginations can really be. I love hearing about what kids think about and I think this book shows how much their imaginations can think up. It was easy to read out loud to children, which is something I think is a very important aspect to a children's book. Also, the illustrations in the book are enticing to children because they are fun and kind of bright, so they catch their attention.
Nov 08, 2011 Jane rated it really liked it
The story covers about the season winter. The book can teach students aboout the usage of word "Will". At first, the sentences starts with "will" and makes a question and it changes to "we will" so makes a conclusion. The story makes children to wonder about winter time.
Meg McGregor
Aug 30, 2015 Meg McGregor rated it liked it
I love the snow and I love snowmen and I really wanted to love this book too!

It was great until the Mother starts scolding her son for using his imagination! Don't we want to encourage our little ones to imagine?
Feb 11, 2011 Isela rated it it was amazing
Shelves: snow-winter
Topic: Asking sentences

The pictures in the book is very colorful. It is an easy to read book. Furthermore, it has many questions in the beginning of the story.
Jul 13, 2009 Heidi rated it really liked it
Shelves: picture, fiction
Cute story w/ cute illustrations about a funny named boy who longs for snow even in the summer heat! The kids love it!
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Marty Crisp lives in Ephrata, Pennsylvania a town about forty miles west of Harrisburg in Lancaster County where she writes as a correspondent for Lancaster Newspapers. She is married, has four grown children and is very fond of dogs, a primary subject in much of her writing. As a writer primarily for children, she has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Maxwell Medallion awarded ...more
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