Here Comes the Snow

Here Comes the Snow Coats are on Boots are on The children are ready but where s the snow This fun rhyming story for the very young captures the excitement of waiting for the first snowflake to fall Full color

  • Title: Here Comes the Snow
  • Author: Angela Shelf Medearis Maxie Chambliss
  • ISBN: 9780785775348
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Coats are on Boots are on The children are ready but where s the snow This fun rhyming story for the very young captures the excitement of waiting for the first snowflake to fall Full color.

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      Published :2018-05-04T10:43:22+00:00

    One thought on “Here Comes the Snow”

    1. Copyright 1996. This is a book. This book is about how fun it is to play outside in the winter. Level 1 - preschool to grade one readers. If you are the reader, definitely below preschool would be interested in this.

    2. This is a level 1 preschool-grade 1 book. Very simple text following two young children waiting for snow. They get their mittens and scarves ready and wait for the snow. Once snow falls they go out and play. This book goes hand in hand with Snowy Winter Day by Estelle Feldman Neat little books for a beginning reader-listener.

    3. Xander read this book to me. Again, I think it was inspired because of all the snow we have outside. This is a very cute, predictable story which I would recommend for K or 1 students depending on grade level.

    4. Good beginning level book. The words are appropriate, and the plot is fun. Kiddo enjoyed this one and read it to Kutey several times.

    5. A lot of rhyming and exclamation points. good book for bringing in the winter and not dealing with the holiday jargon.

    6. Story of kids waiting on snow. Very slight storyline to it. Good for beginning readers to read alone but not for a read aloud. (Keep)

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