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Two weeks before Christmas, Kevin and Sally decide to build a snowman. One night they look out the window and are amazed to see Mr. Snow—their snowman—making snow angels, sledding, and even skating on the pond. But when the weather warms up just before Christmas and Mr. Snow starts to melt, Kevin and Sally come up with a plan to save their friend by imploring the help of S ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Sky Pony Press (first published April 27th 1994)
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Cullen Howard
Summary: "The Christmas Snowman” is an entertaining book which follows Sally and her brother Kevin during the few days before and after Christmas. Together they build a great snowman in their yard. One night, they witness the snowman playing in the backyard, but the next morning he hasn’t moved so they realize it was a dream. On Christmas Eve the weather turns warm, and the snowman starts to melt. The kids leave a note for Santa asking if he would take the snowman to the North Pole. On Christmas ...more
Alice
Dec 13, 2013 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2-stars
Boring...this is either a knock off of "Snowmen at Night" by the Buehners or The Buehners stole this one...anyways..."Snowmen at Night" is SO much better. This was boring, dull and drab. I couldn't wait for it to be over. The pictures are just okay, the story is blah..oh well, I guess Santa Rescues melting Snowman and takes them to the North Pole to Play with his elves...give me a break!
Wendy Kuzma
Dec 15, 2011 rated it really liked it
Beautiful illustrations and even as an adult I still like the idea of the magic surrounding Christmas! :)
Loren
Nov 15, 2011 rated it really liked it
A sweet joyful book! A wonderful winter read about the magic of Christmas especially Santa. Love how the snowman comes alive. This will be an annual winter read in our house!
Liz Kurz
Dec 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
We have four kids ages 5-11. They all four sat so still and loved this book!
Sally
Jan 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
Cute story of a snowman coming to life. Loved the illustrations, and "Sally" is one of the main characters!!!
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Margery Cuyler is the author of many books for children, including From Here to There, The Little Dump Truck, and That’s Good! That’s Bad! The idea for That’s Good! That’s Bad! was inspired by a conversation with her son, Thomas, who asked, "Can't bad things change into good things?" Ms. Cuyler grew up in the oldest house in Princeton, NJ, and started writing stories as soon as she learned how to ...more