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Illustrator: Richard G. Johnson
Genres: Juvenile Fiction
Published by Zonderkidz on September 5th 2011
Format: ARC, Jacketed Hardcover
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'White snowy Angels with wide sweeping wings --- Let's find the wonders that God's winter brings.' Children explore the delights of winter from A to Z in this charming book that celebrates the season's blessings: from the sparkle of lights to the warmth of a quilt and the scent of fresh-baked cookies. As children review the alphabet, they discover the joy and beauty of wintertime, whether revealed in the bustle of the holidays or the quiet of a snowy walk. S is for Snowman is the latest installment in Ms. Wargin's alphabet-centered picture book series that includes K is for Kite, F is for Fireflies, and P is for Pumpkin.
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Read on June 04, 2011 — I own a copy
I love P Is for Pumpkin: God’s Harvest Alphabet and F Is for Fireflies: God’s Summertime Alphabet was quite fun. Reading today S is for Snowman (June 4th) while it is triple digits in temperature gives me much to look forward to! This book is cozy and a great snuggly read helping to learn letters and vocabulary too. It is a great one and I always look forward to more from Kathy-Jo.
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When Kathy-jo Wargin was a young girl, each night after dinner, her mother let her choose between washing the dishes or writing a poem. Before long, she decided that if she grew up to be a writer, she wouldn’t have to do any dishes. She has since learned that even though she has published more than twenty award-winning books for children, she still has to wash the dishes. Kathy-jo lives in Minnesota with her husband and her son. Go to her website www.kathy-jowargin.com
As a child, Richard Johnson was always happiest with a pencil and a scrap of paper to scribble on. He decided to pursue his passion for art and went on to study illustration at Loughborough University of Art and Design. Some of the books he has worked on include Aesop’s Fables, If Elephants Wore Trousers, Around the World in Eighty Tales, The Peter Pan Jigsaw Book, and his own story, My Grandpa’s Amazing Inventions. Richard currently lives in Lincolnshire, England.