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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Covington Branch E JACKS R (Text) 33126021873447 Easy Checked out 02/14/2020
Erlanger Branch E JACKS R (Text) 33126021873421 Easy Checked out 02/12/2020
Wm. E. Durr Branch E JACKS R (Text) 33126021873413 JGeneral Holiday Fiction Checked out 02/21/2020

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  • ISBN: 1626726809
  • ISBN: 9781626726802
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 x 24 cm
    print
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, 2017.

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General Note: "A Neal Porter book."
Summary, etc.: "A playful guessing game set in a snowy landscape"--
Subject: Seasons Fiction
Picture puzzles Fiction
Snow Fiction
Stories in rhyme

  • School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 2017 October

    PreS-K— A guessing game leads youngsters from winter to spring in this quiet tour de force. The question, "What are these?" appears on a close-up of bark. A page turn reveals the answer, "Trees," as a stand of birches deep in snow-filled woods stretches across a spread. The questions continue: "And those?" next to purple splotches. The answer: "Shadows./Of crows." Each question is printed near a partial image that is completely revealed with its answer on the following page. Ice-covered branches and a girl with snow-flecked hair are included among the snowy landscapes that follow. Finally, dark, silent winter evening scenes give way to light, as the palette changes from deep purplish-blues to the bright blues, pinks, and greens of spring. Creatures appear after a winter sleep and earth surfaces through winter snow. A striking close-up of May flowers soon follows. All that's left of winter is a snow-capped mountain, described in delightful metaphor: "Winter's hat!" The acrylic paintings, all spreads, are lush and textured. The boy and girl who enjoy the winter woods and making a snowman reappear to relish such spring joys as romping in the rain and reading under a tree. The text is large and spare with one or two words on a page. VERDICT This perfect marriage of stunning illustrations and brief, often rhyming text in a question-and-answer format that will engage the lap set from the start is a first purchase.— Marianne Saccardi, Children's Literature Consultant, Cambridge, MA

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