Snow Music

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Harper Collins, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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What does it
take to make
snow music?

A boy and a girl.
Neighbors.
A squirrel, rabbit,
deer, and bird.
Also neighbors.
A dog.
Lost and then found.

And snow falling. Peth.
And melting. Drip.
And falling again.
Peth.
Peth.
Peth.

You can listen.
You can also sing along.

 

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User Review  - mspisa1 - LibraryThing

This book was not terrible; however, I did not care for it very much. The first reason I found myself not gravitating toward this book is because of its choppy writing style. For example, one page of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Turrean - LibraryThing

The children enjoyed this one very much. We shared the book as a kind of choral reading, with children performing the parts of the speakers, and acting out the sounds the author gives for trucks ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Lynne Rae Perkins was awarded the Newbery Medal for Criss Cross. She is the author of one other book for teens—All Alone in the Universe, a companion to Criss Cross. Lynne Rae Perkins has also written and illustrated several picture books, including Snow Music, a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book and a Book Sense Top Ten Pick. "Perkins is a genius at capturing the odd details that reveal so much about individuals and families, and how they interact," said Riverbank Review about her picture book The Broken Cat. The author lives with her family in northern Michigan.

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