The Last Snow of Winter by Tony Johnston

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The great sculptor Gaston Pompicard creates a snow sculpture for his friends the children, and then later he receives a similar gift from them during the last snow of winter.
 

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Published June 1, 1993 by Tambourine. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.

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Each turn of the page tantalizes readers with glimpses of Santa (his shadow, his silhouette on the rooftop, his reflection in the tree ornaments), until, finally, the boy imagines catching the man in the act—well, his boots anyway, disappearing up the chimney.

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Gaston Pompicard, an artist who once worked for kings, uses the first snow of winter to sculpt likenesses of the neighborhood children.

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