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Let It Snow

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  69 ratings  ·  12 reviews
This snow-filled 8x8 is the second in a seasonal series from Maryann Cocca-Leffler.

From building snowmen to drinking hot chocolate by the fire's warm glow, LET IT SNOW celebrates wonders of winter!

With softly-colored art, adorable children, and festive outdoor scenes, LET IT SNOW is the perfect wintry follow-up to LET IT FALL.
Paperback, 24 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Cartwheel Books
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Let is Snow is a book written with the preschool age child or early reader in mind. It is rich in descriptive word, rhyming and keeps young children's interest with repeated readings. When the young child tells you to read it again when you finish it the first time you read it, you know your have a book that they enjoy. The book covers many situations about playing in the snow including getting wet, coming inside for hot chocolate and snow days, no school days. It ends talking of melting snow an ...more
I have come across a cute little gem tonight. It is great for preschoolers to keep them engaged. It is beautifully written and illustrated
Angela Hollen
A book about winter written in poem form. Good for a poetry lesson.
Genre: Realistic/Poetry
Copyright Date: 2010

I like this book because of the beautiful illustrations. It has very few words but they all are right on about the snow. I read this to my preschoolers and we were about to stop on almost every page and talk about it. All of my students said that they have played in the snow before so they knew what it was like. This book also gave them ideas of what they can do this year when they go play in the snow.
Hannah Morrison
My host teacher for Kindergarten gave me this book as a Holiday present and I love it! The pages are full of swirling illustrations and just enough text to keep a pre-k or kindergarten student interested. There are wonderful descriptors such as "...sloppy, slushy, melting snow" which would really get the idea across to students. I would use this when the seasons started to change to get the children excited.
I love this sweet book that shows the upside and the downside of winter weather... so true to my children's experiences. (I grew up in a warm climate.)
Katy Brandes
I think I love my son getting books for Christmas just as much as he likes it.
It was a cute story about winter activities perfect for preschoolers.
*Queen Diva*
Cute book! Loved the illustrations!
Mar 08, 2011 Teri rated it 3 of 5 stars
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Fun preschool book for winter.
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Author-Illustrator Maryann Cocca-Leffler has been a story teller since way back. She told her second grade classmates that her father owned the “Coca-Cola” company (he didn’t.) That teeny tiny lie was the idea behind her book, "Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew" and it's sequel "Princess Kim and Too Much Truth" (Albert Whitman 2009/11). These two books have inspired the play- PRINCESS K.I.M. T ...more
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