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First Snow

First Snow
First Snow
Reads: 
223
Pages: 
30
Average: 4.3 (3 votes)
4.333335

Doug sees snow for the first time and wishes with all his might that he could share the experience with his Dad, but he’s far away on a long Navy deployment. He decides to make snowballs and freeze them so they can have a snowball fight when his Dad returns home. So in the freezer snowballs went, as many as he could fit.  He made them big, he made them small.  They were going to be such a hit!  Unfortunately, when his Dad gets home they’re frozen solid.  Doug discovers, however, that you can have even more fun when things don’t go exactly as planned.

Reviews

Ethan's picture
I liked the book and I like to have snow ball fights and make angels in the snow as well. Nice story...
KCB's picture
This is a wonderful book for any child whose parent is away for any reason, and especially for military children whose parent is deployed. As an added bonus it contains an excellent lesson aimed at helping children realize that things don't have to turn out exactly as planned.

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Pages: 30
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-936046-86-7
Categories: Action Adventure, Boys, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations, Narrations
Keywords: snow, snowball, fun
Date Added: September 23, 2010
First Snow Written by Sarah Case Mamika Illustrated by Swapan Debnath ISBN   Sarah Case Mamika All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or stored transmitted or recorded by any means without the written permission of the author Published by Mirror Publishing Milwaukee WI Printed in the USA For my son Doug and in loving memory of his father Art Case Doug watched in amazement He couldnt make a single sound as he saw the snow gently falling floating softly to the ground He stared with eyes wide open at a sight hed never seen before Then he shouted Mom Im going outside as he raced toward the door She said No wait youll catch a cold You must bundle up real warm You must put on hat and mittens before going out in the storm