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Snow Parade

3.4  ·  Rating Details ·  10 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
An increasing number of animals and people join Andrew Barclay in his parade through the snow.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 13th 1989 by Random House Value Publishing
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Eva Kelly
Feb 07, 2016 Eva Kelly rated it really liked it
So guess what this one said at the front? "Dedicated to Tanya!!" It's not the same girl as OUR Tanya, but that's still unique!
And it's sure a good one!
You know, people are just LAME for not wanting a parade in the snow. They need to come to Vermont, where we do EVERYTHING in the snow. Even FIREWORKS!
This boy had the right idea. You just start a parade alone and people will catch on. And who followed him first? ANIMALS! Because they love snow. They're not inside all grumpy and bored.
This is a rea
Jan 15, 2012 Melissa rated it liked it
The main character can't convince his brother and sister to have a parade with him, so he goes out to march on his own. As he's marching in his parade, more and more animals and people join him.
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Barbara Brenner is a respected, award-winning author, specializing in works of both juvenile fiction and nonfiction educational material that deals with animals, nature, and ecology. Her interests range from the natural world (i.e. Thinking about Ants) to American history (e.g. Wagon Wheels), all of which are reflected in the wide scope of her work. Brenner discussed with Contemporary Authors ...more
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