A Little Bit of Winter

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Harpercollins Childrens Books, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Hedgehog and Rabbit are great pals. But every winter, Hedgehog has to burrow info a cozy spot and sleep while Rabbit plays in the snow. Rabbit is sad because he knows he will miss Hedgehog. Hedgehog is more interested in what winter is like. So he asks Rabbit to save him a little bit of winter. He even writes it on a free for his forgetful pal. But if's a long, cold winter and Rabbit has a hard enough time just finding food. He even cats some of the bark that Hedgehog's note is written on. Will Rabbit remember his best friend's request?

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User Review  - AbigailAdams26 - LibraryThing

Two forest friends approach Winter with seemingly different concerns in this charming picture-book from Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell, the author/illustrator team who also produced the middle-grade ... Read full review

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User Review  - lmhudson - LibraryThing

A little bit of winter is a cute little book that can teach students that have never seen snow what snow is like. It also has a great lesson in friendship even when a friend is not present. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Chris Riddell was born on April 13, 1962. He is a British illustrator and occasional writer of children's books and a political cartoonist for The Observer. He has won two Kate Greenaway Medals, the British librarians' annual award for the best-illustrated children's book, and two of his works were commended runners-up. Books that he wrote or illustrated have won three Nestlé Smarties Book Prizes and have been silver or bronze runners-up four times. He was shortlisted for the 2015 Kate Greenaway Medal for his title Goth Girl: And the Ghost of a Mouse. He was named the ninth Waterstones Children's Laureate in 2015. Riddell was presented with a Children¿s Laureate medal and a £15,000 (A$30,014) bursary cheque at a ceremony in London, where he announced plans to promote visual literacy during his two-year term.

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