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Frosty the Snow Man by Jane Werner Watson
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Frosty The Snow Man, by Annie Bedford, illustrated by Corinne Malvern, published by Golden Press, publication date: 1987.

This is a children's fantasy book. All the children are out of school for a snow day. The children form three snow balls to form the body and head of a snow man. They give it the name Frosty the Snow Man. The children give Frosty a button nose, corncob pipe, two coals for eyes, floppy galoshes, a scarf, and red mittens to complete his design. All of a sudden, a gust of wind brings a top hat onto Frosty's head and he comes to life. After he comes to life, Frosty takes the children and they go sledding, they build a snow house, and they go ice skating. The children are able to stay warm all day because they are with Frosty. As they head into town, Frosty comes around a corner and loses his hat when a gust of wind blows it off of his hat. Frost rushes after the hat and the children get caught in traffic. When the children are finally able to cross the street they ask the policeman where Frosty went. The policeman tells the children that Frosty went where every snowman goes on a sunny day and that he would be back again when the next snow falls.
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