In a family of big people, little Nell thinks she's too small to do anything. But with the help of her friends Reindeer, Hare, and Bear Cub, she builds a great Big snowman, the best snowman that ever was.
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MARGERY CUYLER is the author of many children's books, including the first Little Nell story, The Biggest, Best Snowman; Please Say Please!: Penguin's Guide to Manners; and 100th Day Worries. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey.From AudioFile:
In a house deep in the snowy woods, everything is big--Big Mama, Big Lizzie, and Big Sarah--and then there's Little Nell. Ask as she does, no one accepts Nell's offers to help in the house. It's Reindeer, Bear Cub, and Hare who inspire confidence in Nell. Could she help them make a snowman? Jane Casserly's sweet voice champions Nell while voicing the large characters with great bluster. Young listeners will respond to the repetition as Nell and company pat, mat, bat, roll, nudge, kick, and push a fabulous snowman into being. The musical accompaniment underscores the story's climax as tokens of endearment are bestowed on Nell. A.R. © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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