Snowy and Chinook by Robin Mitchell

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In this third book in Robin Mitchell and Judith Steedman’s popular Windy series, Snowy and Chinook are planning a birthday party for their friend Tulip on a cold winter morning. The puppet figures who tell the story, designed by the authors and photographed by Mia Cunningham, have a fresh and modern style. Clear, primary colors, charming line drawings, and simple text make this a fun book for the very young.

About Robin Mitchell

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Robin Mitchell is a print designer and illustrator. Robin is a graduate of the Communication Design program at Emily Carr University. Her studio, hundreds & thousands, has been recognized multiple times for excellence in book design by the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Alcuin Society and also featured in How Magazine's International Design Awards and in Applied Arts magazine. Robin lives in Vancouver, Canada, with her husband, Brady and her son, Henry.Judith Steedman is the principal of Steedman Design, a graphic design studio in Vancouver. Specializing in book design, Steedman has designed books for artists and writers such as Francis Alys, Stan Douglas, Ken Lum and Walter Marchetti. She holds degrees in English literature and graphic design from the University of British Columbia and the Emilly Carr Institute of Art and Design, respectively. For more about Judith check out:
Published February 1, 2005 by Simply Read Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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Following up on Windy and Sunny, Snowy and Chinook by Robin Mitchell and Judith Steedman once again showcases puppets photographed in realistic settings, this time the titular siblings moving through a snow-covered landscape in search of a gift for a friend.

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