Snowball by Nina Crews

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The weather report says "Snow." Yet there is no sign of it on Monday, or on Tuesday or Wednesday or Thursday. But oh, when it comes, it is as thick and white and wonderful (and perfect for snowballs) as the exuberant young narrator dreamed. Young fans who already love Nina Crews's striking photo-collage picture books will revel in this winter wonderland. Zip up your jacket and come outside. It's snowing!

About Nina Crews

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Nina Crews drew inspiration from her own neighborhood in creating the artwork for both this book and its celebrated companion, The Neighborhood Mother Goose. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York.
Published October 1, 1997 by Greenwillow Books. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.

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A spirited companion to Crews's debut, One Hot Summer Day (1995), that begins with endpapers that capture a wintry New York City in 18 city snowscapes arranged in a checkerboard.

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Readers may want to have a pair of mittens at the ready while turning the pages of this spare, energetic picture book about a preschool girl's gleeful celebration of the arrival of winter weather.

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