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Molly and her brother Matthew spend an entire day building snowhorses, and when the snowhorses come to life in the moonlight, Molly and Matthew embark on an exciting adventure. By the author of Boomer's Big Day.
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Constance McGeorge dedicates her time to writing children's books and painting. She lives with her husband, James, three dogs and a horse in Columbus, Ohio.From Booklist:
Ages 3^-6. A brother and sister spend the day making huge snow horses "with eyes and ears and flowing manes and tails." Later that night, they sneak out and mount the horses, and to their astonishment, the glistening snow beasts spring to life. McGeorge's writing is filled with action, excitement, and descriptive words that breathe life into the story, but Whyte's dynamic watercolor illustrations are what steal the show. The night scenes are truly spectacular: intense blues, violets, and forest greens flow together to form a rich, dark foil for the brilliant white horses. An enchanting wintertime story, this can be combined with Raymond Briggs' wordless picture-book classic The Snowman (1978), which is similar in theme and content, to stir imaginations on a snowy day. Lauren Peterson
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Book Description Chronicle Books, 1995. Condition: New. Mary Whyte (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0811808734
Book Description Chronicle Books, 1995. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0811808734