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The Snowy Day by Anna Milbourne


The Snowy Day by Anna Milbourne

This is an enchanting seasonal title in the rapidly expanding Usborne Picture Books series, which introduce the youngest of children to engaging subjects in a friendly and informative way. Young children will adore following the icy delights of a snowy day, from sparkling frost to pretty snowflakes and sleepy squirrels to frozen frogs. Elena Temporin's vivid illustrations evoke all the magic and excitement of a winter's day.


'The boundaries between fiction and non-fiction are blurred in this simple story packed with information and attractive illustrations' - Springboard Stories Magazine; 'Explains very simply how and why it snows, and shows us how the squirrels, birds, frogs and fish all find their own ways to survive the weather' - Child Care'

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Publication date

1st November 2011


Anna Milbourne

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Usborne Publishing Ltd


24 pages


Picture books



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