Snow! Snow! Snow! (Hardcover)

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By Lee Harper, Lee Harper (Illustrator)
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Description


One night the wind howled, and the snow fell and fell and fell and fell...

About the Author


Lee Harper attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. His first book, Woolbur written by Leslie Helakoski was published by Harper Collins.  He is also illustrating Looking for the Easy Life by Walter Dean Meyers due out Fall 2010.  He lives and works in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with his wife Krista and their two sons Will and Dan.  Snow! Snow! Snow! is the first book Mr. Harper has both written and illustrated.

Lee Harper attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. His first book, Woolbur written by Leslie Helakoski was published by Harper Collins.  He is also illustrating Looking for the Easy Life by Walter Dean Meyers due out Fall 2010.  He lives and works in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with his wife Krista and their two sons Will and Dan.  Snow! Snow! Snow! is the first book Mr. Harper has both written and illustrated.

Praise For…


"This is a celebration of snow and speed, pure and simple -- readers will understand exactly why, after landing with a bone-rattling SPLOOMPH, the kids have only one thing to say: 'Again! Again!'" -- Kirkus

"Readers get a good sense of the cold, crisp snow and billowing clouds, and the characters' faces are expressive. Children will enjoy this reminder of how much fun winter can be." -- School Library Journal

"Even toddlers will soon chime in on what's sure to be their favorite line, 'Uh-oh,' not to mention echoing the little dogs' cry after their snowy landing, 'Again! Again!'" -- Booklist
Product Details
ISBN: 9781416984542
ISBN-10: 1416984542
Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
Publication Date: October 20th, 2009
Pages: 40
Language: English

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