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Big Snow av Jonathan Bean
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Big Snow (utgåvan 2013)

av Jonathan Bean (Författare)

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"An excited and frustrated boy watches hopefully as wintry weather develops slowly into a 'big snow.'"--
Medlem:SPEPLibrary
Titel:Big Snow
Författare:Jonathan Bean (Författare)
Info:Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) (2013), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
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Taggar:weather, snow, fiction

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Big Snow av Jonathan Bean

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I LOVE this book! The illustrations and the story totally resonated with me. It is very relatable for a young child. It made me smile throughout the book reminding me of the days my son (who loves a good New England Snow storm) would act like David did. He could not wait for the adventure of a winter snow storm coming and would have his shovel and ski's ready for action which later in life has translated to creating his own snow plow company as a young adult!:) ( )
  MBTGroup | Nov 11, 2019 |
This cozy and funny book reflects everything I loved about snow as a child. Note the way David is always trying to "help" his mom with chores while he waits for the snow, and laugh at the comical results. The 2-page spreads of the falling snow in David's neighborhood perfectly convey David's anticipation and the mood of the story.
  aratiel | Sep 5, 2018 |
Anxious for snow - lots of snow! - young David continually asks his mother about its arrival, and continually finds that the tasks she sets him - helping make cookies, cleaning the bathroom, making the bed - remind him of the flaky white substance he has on his mind. Eventually, after making lots of extra work for mom, David takes a nap, waking as his father gets home, and discovering that a big snow has finally arrived...

A fun little story about a young boy's eager anticipation of a snow storm, Jonathan Bean's Big Snow pairs engaging illustrations with an entertaining tale that highlights both a boy's imaginative world - everything David does suggests snow to him - and the warm and loving home life he leads. I appreciated the fact that David and his parents are brown-skinned - are they African-American? Latino? it isn't clear... - but that this isn't at all the focus of the story, as unselfconscious diversity is often the best kind. Recommended to children who eagerly await the snow, as I did myself as a girl, and to anyone looking for picture-books that are perfect winter-month selections. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jan 12, 2017 |
David has snow too much on the brain to help his mom with household chores. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
Big Snow by Jonathan Bean tells about an antsy little boy waiting for a "big snow." There is always something reminding the little boy of snow which causes him to abandon that chore. He is constantly asking his mother about the big snow and she is quick to give him something else to do in order to pass time, but it leaves her to complete the unfinished task.
I think that students could possibly learn about patience from this book. While the little boy was awake and constantly asking about the snow, it seemed to take a really long time for it to come, but after he fell asleep it seemed to arrive quicker. I think that children will be able to relate to this book because of the fact that most children have no patience. Whether it's waiting for snow, a snack, recess, whatever. I think this book could help children realize that if they put as much energy into doing something productive as they do worrying and rushing - waiting would be so much easier! ( )
  Nijania | Nov 21, 2014 |
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