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Sophie wants it to snow and anxiously awaits a predicted snowstorm. Includes instructions for making paper snowflakes.
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Nancy Poydar was an elementary school teacher. Now she is a full-time author and artist. She lives with her husband in Wayland, Massachusetts.From School Library Journal:
PreSchool-Grade 2. Sophie is disappointed that although the weather is frosty cold, no snow has fallen. Finally, a winter storm is forecast, but it does not materialize on schedule. In school, she and her classmates decide to make their own paper snowflakes; when Sophie tapes her paper creation to the window, she sees real flakes drifting down at last. The children enjoy the beauty of the quiet snowfall as they walk home, and participate in all their favorite winter activities the next morning. The vigorous text and bright illustrations not only capture the youngsters' unconditional love of snow, but also, amusingly, the adults' disenchantment with it. Sweeping, double-page spreads show expressive, lively cartoon figures against more realistic backgrounds of home, school, and the outdoors. Instructions for making paper snowflakes are included. A seasonal treat for all of those impatient children who anticipate the arrival of wintry weather.?Patricia Pearl Dole, formerly at First Presbyterian School, Martinsville, VA
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