Snowzilla by Janet Lawler

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It snowed without stopping for week after week. When it ended at last, Cami Lou took a peek. She bundled and booted and zipped up her brother. “Let’s build a huge snowman unlike any other!” Cami Lou and her brother build the biggest, hugest, most mammoth snowman the world has ever seen. It’s Snowzilla! The snowman becomes an instant sensation, and tourists pour into the small town. But not everyone is impressed. Some say the giant snowman brings giant problems. Then a judge rules that Snowzilla must come down. Can Cami Lou and her brother save Snowzilla? This fun winter story combines rhyming text with adorable acrylic and colored pencil artwork.

About Janet Lawler

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Janet Lawlers critically acclaimed childrens books include If Kisses Were Colors, illustrated by Alison Jay, and Tyrannoclaus, illustrated by John Shroades. Janets love of family, nature, and all things silly inspires much of her writing. Her family shares their home in Connecticut with a dog, a lizard, and assorted wildlife that visit the backyard. Janet enjoys presenting her books at schools and libraries. Learn more about the author: Amanda Haley has illustrated "When You Were a Baby." She has also done illustrations for "American Girl" magazine, "Teen, Girls Life, " Pleasant Company, C.R. Gibson, and American Greetings.
Published October 2, 2012 by Two Lions. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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With a little help from their family, some equipment and Mother Nature, Cami Lou and her little brother build a huge snowman sporting a hat, scarf and arms with five mittens/gloves each.

Sep 12 2012 | Read Full Review of Snowzilla

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In a chirpy story of mild civil strife, a girl named Cami Lou constructs a humungous snowman (helpfully, her parents own a snowplow and a bulldozer) that attracts thousands of visitors.

Oct 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Snowzilla

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