“We’re silly-willy laughy, feeling slightly daffy, leaping through the snow—
Follow along as they playfully romp through the freshly-fallen snow: sledding, shoveling, making snow angels, and throwing snowballs. Even the woodland animals are taking part in the winter fun!
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Winter for some can be difficult and frustrating, but for some it may be the best season of the year. Patricia Hubbel's "Snow Happy" features rhyming text shares some of the joys of the winter season. All the winter activities described in the book make winter sound exciting and fun. All of those special things that you can do such as snowball fights, making snowmen and drinking a lot of hot chocolate. This book touches the hearts of the young and adults as well.
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But you know what was even better along with the snow? Was DOGS. And squirrels. And the best part: BIRDS!
And what was even better was these cardinals in the book. They were all red and they reminded me of the baby cardinal in the nest by the garage. I bet he's out there having fun in the snow now like the cardinals in this book.
The story is about kids playing in the snow and how it makes them "Snow Happy". The kids frolic, ski. sled, throw snowballs, shovel sidewalks, build a snowman, build an igloo, make snow angels, and then go back home to warm up.
This book would be great for a toddler storytime.
Used for "Snow" Storytime: January, 2012.
Are the water color illustrations delightful? Yes!
Good one to throw in for winter or snow storytimes? Sure. Preschool through 1st, and maybe 2nd.
In 1998, her Wrapping Paper Romp was selected as a Parents Magazine Book of the Year.
Patricia Hubbell lives with her husband, Harold Hornstein, in Easton, Connecticut, the small town where she was born.
Remembering how much their children and grandchildren loved to bounce when they were very young prompted her to write Bounc ...more