Snow, Snow: Winter Poems for Children

Snow, Snow: Winter Poems for Children

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Jane Yolen's wintry, shivery poems are inspired by the stunning photographs of Jason Stemple, who has captured the imagesof snow in all its breathtaking beauty. After children enjoy these poems and pictures, they will look at snow in a different way --with their imaginations as well as your eyes.

Title:Snow, Snow: Winter Poems for Children
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781563977213
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    Snow, Snow: Winter Poems for Children Reviews

  • Cynthia

    Pretty good poems and nice enough photography....

  • Natalie

    I really liked this book because I like poetry. It may be a short book but it is one of my favorite poetry books. It is about winter time and it's snowing and it shows all of the animals playing in sn...

  • Tyler Waller

    This is a poem book that talks about winter and how snow affects different parts of nature and the snowy environments. Obviously Jane Yolen does this in a unique way by telling readers about snow and ...

  • Lynn  Davidson

    Lovely little poems written to go with gorgeous winter photographs of snow....

  • Susan Treat

    This is a very good poem book....

  • Elizabeth

    AR 4.0...

  • Storytime Corner

    “Without warning, the sky falls down, covering the trees with clouds.” Ok, these were nice photographs, but not captivating enough to keep a child’s attention. And, while I usually love Jane Yol...

  • Marissa Scott

    For this week's books selection, I decided to go on a strictly poetry route. Two of the seven that I chose where Falling Up and Where the Side Walk Ends by Shel Silverstein which were two of my favori...

  • Amie Floersheim

    • Summarize the bookThis is a book of poems that all address the main idea of winter. Some of them are quite short while others are a little longer with more complex structure. All the poems are wri...

  • Jessica

    I read the poem "Snow on the Trees" on page 15. It was nice because there were several similes like "as white as milk, as white as wool, as chalk, as cream, as white as ghosts." The beginning and last...