Item description for It's Snowing! It's Snowing!: Winter Poems (I Can Read Book 3) by Jack Prelutsky & Yossi Abolafia...
Overview Presents poems about the joys and beauties of winter, including snowflakes, snowballs, ice skating, and snowmen.
From master of rhyme Jack Prelutsky comes a flurry of winter poetry just right to usher in the season of ice and snow
Citations And Professional Reviews It's Snowing! It's Snowing!: Winter Poems (I Can Read Book 3) by Jack Prelutsky & Yossi Abolafia has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2010 page 679
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2006
Publisher Harper Collins Publishers
Series I Can Read
ISBN 0060537175 ISBN13 9780060537173
Availability 13 units. Availability accurate as of May 29, 2017 05:40.
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More About Jack Prelutsky & Yossi Abolafia
Jack Prelutsky was named our nation's first Children's Poet Laureate in 2006. He lives in Seattle, Washington. Jimmy Pickering's deliciously scary illustrations have appeared in several picture books, and his art has enhanced the covers of all of Debi Gliori's Pure Dead series. He lives in Astoria, Oregon.
Jack Prelutsky currently resides in Seattle, in the state of Washington. Jack Prelutsky was born in 1940.
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Reviews - What do customers think about It's Snowing! It's Snowing!: Winter Poems (I Can Read Book 3)?
Vintage Prelutsky Jun 2, 2001
It's Snowing! It's Snowing! is a collection of seventeen poems about winter. The poetry has strong meter and rhythm and has definite child-appeal. The poems cover such topics as signs of winter, winter activities, and a child's necessary adaptations to survive the cold. The illustrations are small, but effectively rendered in muted tones which give the book a sort of "winter atomosphere." A favorite of my eighth grade students is "A Snowflake Fell" on page 41: " I wondered at the beauty/ of its intricate design,/ I breathed, the snowflake vanished,/ but for moments, it was mine."