Tracks in the Snow

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Macmillan, Oct 16, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Just outside my window,
There are tracks in the snow.
Who made the tracks? Where do they go?

A little girl follows tracks outside her window after a fresh snowfall, only to realize that the tracks in the snow are her own from the day before—and that they lead her home. This diminutive and sweet picture book is as cozy as a cup of hot chocolate.

Like Ezra Jack Keats' The Snowy Day, this lovely celebration of snow and winter is just right for the littlest readers.

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User Review  - MeganSchneider - LibraryThing

A young girl sets off in an adventure to find out who left tracks from her home through the snow. She follows them and guesses which animals it could be. It keeps the reader guessing what kind of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nijania - LibraryThing

Tracks in the Snow by Wong Herbert Yee tells of a curious little girl that follows a set snow tracks. It is a very simple book. The little girl lists a series of animals that are found around her house. Students can identify types of animals. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Wong Herbert Yee is the author and illustrator of Who Likes Rain?, Fireman Small and Big Black Bear, among other books. Born in Detroit, Michigan, one of his favorite memories of childhood is of leaving the first tracks on fresh-fallen snow. He also remembers his first grade teacher tacking one of his drawings on the bulletin board--ever since then, he's been an artist. He studied printmaking at Wayne State University. He lives with his wife and daughter in Troy, Michigan.