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Snowy Race

Category: Book
Illustrated By: Davenier, Christine
By (author): Prince, April Jones
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Parents
  JUVENILE FICTION / Nature & the Natural World / Weather
  JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / New Experience
Publisher: Holiday House
Published: November 2019
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 40
Size: 9.00in x 10.00in
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$ 24.99
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From The Publisher*Cozy up with this lyrical wintry journey through a snowstorm. A girl and her father hop in their snowplow--will they make it to the train station in time? And who's waiting for them?

This timeless seasonal classic captures the thrill of snow and the warmth of family.
Beautifully written rhyming text that's just right for one or two readers, by accomplished author April Prince and illustrated with lively, expressive paintings by the beloved illustrator of the New York Times best selling series The Very Fairy Princess, Christine Davenier.
This delightful picture book makes for a perfect rhyming read-aloud.
Review Quote*"Swift, impressionistic sketches filled with soft pastel-hued washes create pastoral snowy scenes that contrast with the warmer, more saturated domestic scenes and with the thick-lined, cherry-red snowplow. Long, layered smears of white create a satisfying illusion of a blizzard, and Davenier utilizes various interesting perspectives, such as the view into the snowy woods from behind the windshield. . . . A winning, winter race." -Kirkus Reviews
Biographical NoteApril Jones Prince is the author of many books for young readers, including What Do Wheels Do All Day?, a Child magazine best book of the year, and most recently, Goldinlocks and the Three Pirates, illustrated by Steven Salerno. She lives in Massachusetts.

Christine Davenier is the acclaimed illustrator of more than 60 books for children, including the New York Times bestselling series The Very Fairy Princess by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton, as well as the New York Times best Illustrated The First Thing My Mama Told Me by Susan Marie Swanson, and Miss Lina's Ballerina's by Grace Maccarone. She lives in France.