A Big Bed for Little Snow

A Big Bed for Little Snow

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A picture book introducing readers to their first snow.

When it was quiet, Little Snow grinned and then jumped, jumped, jumped!
Little Snow loves the new big, soft bed Mommy made him for the long, cold winter nights. But Mommy says this bed is for sleeping, not jumping! What happens when he can't resist jump, jump, jumping on his new fluffy, bouncy bed?

Title:A Big Bed for Little Snow
ISBN:9780316478366
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    A Big Bed for Little Snow Reviews

  • Calista

    Have you ever wondered why it snows? This cute beginning book is a bit of a myth on why it snows. Every winter, a mother makes a lovely feather bed for her child. He is told not to jump on it, but he ...

  • Danielle

    Pure magic. The art and expressions are gorgeous and the story captures the mind and behavior of a child for a totally delightful effect. Ahhh. Spacious and mischievous, inventive and full of wonder. ...

  • Lata

    Cute story and cute explanation for snow falling in winter....

  • La Coccinelle

    In the same way A Big Mooncake for Little Star offered a creative fantasy explanation for the phases of the moon, A Big Bed for Little Snow tells readers where snow comes from. A naughty little bo...

  • Laura Giessler

    I am captivated by these illustrations, the expressions on their faces. The plot is similar to Big Mooncake, with the child's disregard of his mom's instructions basically presented as "cute" (realist...

  • KC

    Jumping on a feather bed can be fun-as long you don't get caught. A nice companion to A Big Moon Cake for Little Star by the same author....

  • Mary Lee

    Love this second original myth Grace Lin has told to explain snowfall. Cutest kid ever! Cutest stuffed dachshund ever!...

  • Ms. B

    Similar in style to Grace Lin's book from 2018, A Big Mooncake for Little Bear, we find out what causes the snow. Use it as a seasonal read aloud or read it anytime of the year....

  • Rebecca Ann

    This sweet book has a parallel construction to A Big Mooncake for Little Star but is focused on snow. I adore the illustrations in these books and the feeling of wonder and magic. ...

  • Dianna

    Loved this! I liked A Big Mooncake for Little Star marginally better, but I'd still wholeheartedly recommend this one. It's a perfect book for winter!...