Robert's Snow by Grace Lin

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"Too much snow," Grandpa Mouse grumbles.

"Snow is just trouble," scoffs Aunt Vicky.

"Small animals like us," Mum says, "don't like snow."

But Robert, the smallest mouse, knows he likes snow, even though he's never touched it. When he finally gets his wish to go outside and play in it, Robert is overjoyed. Snow is wonderful! That is, until he can't find his way home. Is there anyone who can help him? There is, and even though little Robert doesn't recognize his rescuer, readers will--because it's . . . Santa!


About Grace Lin

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GRACE LIN has authored and illustrated numerous award-winning books for children and young adults, many of which explore the Asian American experience, and which have been recognized with a Newbery Honor and a Theodor Geisel Honor. Lin lives in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Published September 27, 2004 by Viking Juvenile. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Lin's fetching, rotund mice beam with familial closeness and she includes amusing details—the mice use push pins for doorknobs, bottle caps for plates and spools as stools.

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