A Flower in the Snow by Tracey Corderoy

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This is another great book by the author of 'Never say no to a Princess'. The illustrations are captivating and done beautifully in soft colours. The gold colour effect on the front cover is the icing on this gorgeous book.
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Luna and her polar bear friend (Bear) discover a beautiful gold flower growing in the snow. But when the flower fades, Bear goes on a search around the world for another to bring to Luna. It's only when he returns home that the true strength of their friendship is revealed.

A beautifully illustrated picture book that celebrates the joys of friendship, A FLOWER IN THE SNOW has the look and feel of an instant classic.

 

About Tracey Corderoy

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Tracey Corderoy was raised in South Wales. She coordinates literacy programs for elementary schools as well as reintegrating children who are returning to school after long term illnesses. Tracey lives in the Cotswolds.
 
Published October 1, 2012 by Egmont Books Ltd. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books.
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Reviewed by Reba and Amatullah, aged 2 on Dec 13 2012

This is another great book by the author of 'Never say no to a Princess'. The illustrations are captivating and done beautifully in soft colours. The gold colour effect on the front cover is the icing on this gorgeous book.

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