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by Sophie Allsopp,Tracey Corderoy

eBook A Flower In the Snow ePub
Author: Sophie Allsopp,Tracey Corderoy
Language: English
ISBN: 1405249455
ISBN13: 978-1405249454
Publisher: Egmont Books Ltd (October 1, 2012)
Pages: 32
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 770
Formats: rtf mbr docx mobi
ePub file: 1268 kb
Fb2 file: 1710 kb

A Flower In the Snow is a good book to read with children in grades pre-k or kindergarten

Luna quickly dubs the flower her "sunshine flower" and vows to keep in forever. When the flower fades, Luna becomes depressed and Bear vows to find her another flower. A Flower In the Snow is a good book to read with children in grades pre-k or kindergarten. There are also a few new vocabulary words the children can be introduced too (igloo).

This is a heart-warming and touching picture book about the bond between a girl and her animal friend, Bear. In an icy kingdom far away lived the very best of friends: Luna and Bear

This is a heart-warming and touching picture book about the bond between a girl and her animal friend, Bear. In an icy kingdom far away lived the very best of friends: Luna and Bear. When a beautiful flower pops up in the snow, Luna is delighted! But soon the flower fades, and with it, Luna's smile. Bear sets off on an adventure to find another sunshine flower, sailing the seven seas, trekking through jungles and crossing hot, sandy deserts. but will Bear ever find what he is looking for? And will Luna and Bear ever be reunited again?

Tracey's children's books have been published all over the world and she recently won the Hillingdon Picture Book Award.

A Flower in the Snow Hardcover – December 1, 2012. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. A Flower in the Snow is a wonderful gift. Bookworm Sez. "The story is greatly enhanced by the delightful illustrations by Sophie Allsopp. Scripps Howard News Service. sweet fable about friendship.

A girl takes a lively journey through the arctic in this stunning picture book by the author-illustrator of Fraidyzoo. The Bear Report by Thyra Heder. Another superb book from Heder!

A Flower in the Snow ( Illustrator – Sophie Allsopp )( Egmont 2012 ). (ISBN 978-1-4052-4945-4). Wakey Wakey, Big Brown Bear !

She has published over 45 books since 2010, and works with publishers; Little Tiger Press, Nosy Crow, Scholastic Children's Books, Alison Green Books, Meadowside Children's Book, Egmont and Stripes. A Flower in the Snow ( Illustrator – Sophie Allsopp )( Egmont 2012 ). Wakey Wakey, Big Brown Bear !

Sophie Allsopp Illustration. Sophie Allsopp is a children's illustrator, living and working in the south of England. Thank you, Sophie, for your beautiful work on my newest book.

Sophie Allsopp Illustration. 8 September 2015 at 11:17. Hi Sophie, You should post a photo of the amazing picture you did of Martha (Caroline's dog) - such a talented lady x. Julian Coombs.

Luna and her polar bear friend (Bear) discover a beautiful gold flower growing in the snow. It's only when he returns home that the true strength of their friendship is revealed. A beautifully illustrated picture book that celebrates the joys of friendship, A FLOWER IN THE SNOW has the look and feel of an instant classic.

A gentle, lyrical text and sumptuous illustrations coloured in soft hues, A Flower in the Snow is calming bear book is a bedtime story to treasure.

A heart-warming and touching picture book about the bond between a girl and her animal friend, Bear from Shifty McGifty author Tracey Corderoy and illustrator Sophie Allsopp. In an icy kingdom far away lived the very best of friends: Luna and Bear. When a beautiful flower pops up in the snow, Luna is delighted! But soon the flower fades, and with it, Luna's smile. Bear sets off on an adventure to find another sunshine flower, sailing the seven seas, trekking through jungles and crossing hot, sandy deserts...but will Bear ever find what he is looking for? And will Luna and Bear ever be reunited again? From award-winning author and illustrator combination, Tracey Corderoy and Sophie Allsopp comes the perfect book for winter. With a gentle, lyrical text and sumptuous illustrations, A Flower in the Snow is a bedtime story to treasure. Perfect for children aged 3 and up. Kids who loved The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Follow the Swallow and Monkey and the Little One will adore this gentle tale of friendship. Tracey Corderoy believes that language, expressed through wonderful literature, is the key that stimulates learning and imagination. Tracey's children's books include The Very Messy Mermaid, Hubble Bubble Granny Trouble, and Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam. Sophie Allsop has been illustrating for clients all over the world for almost twenty years. Sophie has released books with Michael Morpurgo, Lois Rock and Sophie Piper.
Uthergo
This is a great kids' book. I originally saw it on the TV show Bookaboo and decided to get it for my 2-year old daughter. She loves the story and illustrations about two ex-criminal dogs, turned good bakers, who thwart a cat burglar. It's a sort of cautionary tale but doesn't take itself too seriously. As a parent reading the story, it's fun to assign a different voice to each character. There is a cute, little spider that appears on every page and some other fun visuals. The overall material and printing quality of this larger, soft-cover book is superior to most. There is also a web link where you can download an audio version of the story, which is a nice bonus. Definitely recommended.
Kecq
This book is super cute, and the rhyme scheme and sweet story has us reading it over and over again! My 5 year old considers this book to be one of his absolute favorites, so we've spent a lot of time reading and re-reading it. The book is from the UK, so some of the slang terms or words may need a little translation for readers who are used to American English, but nothing too crazy. We really love the idea that crime truly doesn't pay, and it's one your child will enjoy reading aloud with you. If you happen to have Prime Instant Video, the Bookaboo episode with this book is a great one, too-- we love to watch the episode and read along!
Makaitist
Very cute book.
Rainbearer
My son loves this book!!! Hoping to get more in the series .
Manesenci
Amazing follow up to the original - our toddler is in love with this sequel. We can only hope for more!
Tinavio
Love, love love, it! Beautiful story! as we live in Alaska our grandchildren relate very well. Would recommend it to friends.
Gavidor
Great book the kids in my class really enjoyed it!!!
SUMMARY: Luna loves living in the snow. But she loves her polar bear friend, Bear, even more. One day, Bear discovers a beautiful golden flower growing in the snow and gives it to Luna. But when the flower dies, and Luna is sad, Bear goes on a search around the world for another to bring to Luna. When he returns home, he realizes that Luna is his greatest treasure and the he is hers. And that they are happiest when together.

ILLUSTRATIONS: The illustrator does a wonderful job of making a predominantly white setting look interesting and fun. There are plenty of adorable and funny details along the way that add interest.

THE GOOD: This is a lovely story of friendship between a girl and her polar bear. When the going gets tough, they both do something in a big way for the other to prove their love and friendship, but they also realize that being together is by far the most meaningful thing they could do.
THE NOT AS GOOD: The writing does tend to run on without pausing at times, causing the sentences to be too complex. For instance:
"Luna lived in an igloo...
...and Bear lived in a snow cave in her little garden where, one bright day, something most unusual popped up."

AGE RECOMMENDATION: Ages 4-8
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