Perfect Snow by Barbara Reid

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It came in the night. "Perfect!" said Scott. "Snow!" said Jim. At recess the schoolyard is full of happy kids. Scott is making snowmen, Jim is working on the world's greatest snow fort. At lunchtime they join forces to create a perfect snow surprise! Barbara Reid combines her trademark plasticine artwork with ink and watercolour panels to bring a timeless tale of winter fun to life.

About Barbara Reid

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Barbara Reid is an award-winning author-illustrator best known for her work in plasticine. Her previous Whitman titles include Fox Walked Alone and Perfect Snow. She lives in Toronto, Canada.
Published October 1, 2009 by Scholastic Canada. 32 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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And when the recess bell finally rings, Scott works on creating the “World’s Greatest Snowman,” while Jim constructs an “indestructible Snow Fortress of Doom.” Trouble is, neither is very successful—Scott’s one snowman turns into a team, each better than the previous one, while meanwhile the rest...

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Reid's (Fox Walks Alone) trademark textured Plasticine art is a natural for this brisk wintertime tale, allowing her to create persuasive footprints and trails where children have tromped through the snow.

Aug 01 2011 | Read Full Review of Perfect Snow

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