Snow Happy!

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Tricycle Press, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Waking up to a snow-covered world, children dash outdoors:
“We’re silly-willy laughy, feeling slightly daffy, leaping through the snow— Snow Happy!”
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!
At the end of a satisfying day, the children go home to shed wet clothes and enjoy hot cocoa by the fire, tired yet exhilarated. It’s what every snowy day should be!

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User Review  - Ina - Goodreads

All of the joy of a snow day are captured in lively rhyming text and soft, brightly colored illustrations. Waking up to snow, the kids in the story are "silly-willy laugh, feeling slightly daffy" as ... Read full review

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User Review  - Emily Bernd - Goodreads

A funny story that makes the sad feelings of winter better. Students would love to read this during the winter when there's a lot of snow or has been a lot of snow days. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

PATRICIA HUBBELL began writing poetry when she was in the third grade. Besides writing and reading, she enjoys painting, sculpting, horses, and gardening. Her books have received many honors and awards. Patricia still writes from her hometown in Easton, Connecticut.
HIROE NAKATA has illustrated many books for children with her cheerful and delightful paintings. For Snow Happy, Hiroe researched her own neighborhood’s parks, trees, and wildlife during snowfalls, and the local children in colorful knits were inspiring to her. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and their daughter, who loves to use her pink ice skates every winter weekend.

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