When Blue Met Egg

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Dial Books for Young Readers, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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One cold winter day, Blue returns to her nest to find something wonderful: Egg! Or rather a snowball she mistakes for an egg. Blue puts Egg in a pail and sets off to look for Egg's mother. But as the winter winds down and the temperature goes up, Blue is in for a sad surprise. Not to worry, though. In this sweet story of friendship, even snowmelt grows into something beautiful.

With her intricate cut-paper illustrations, Lindsay Ward perfectly captures her lovable characters and their world in this unforgettable, heartwarming tale.

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Review: When Blue Met Egg

User Review  - Steven Matview - Goodreads

This book is really cute! The illustrations are very creative, lots of recycled homework papers in there which is cool. Blue is likable and the way everything is resolved is nice. It also touches on seasons and months of the year, so it can be reused for many different programs. Read full review

Review: When Blue Met Egg

User Review  - Goodreads

This book is really cute! The illustrations are very creative, lots of recycled homework papers in there which is cool. Blue is likable and the way everything is resolved is nice. It also touches on seasons and months of the year, so it can be reused for many different programs. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Lindsay Ward (www.lindsaymward.com) was born and raised in California and received her BA from Syracuse University. She is now a cut-paper artist living and working in Peninsula, Ohio.

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