tiny snow 

Illustrated by Rich Davis 

ISBN 9780140567083 | 32 pages | 10 Sep 2001 | Puffin | 5.98 x 9.01in | 5 - 8 years




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Description: Tiny and his best friend love winter. And the best thing about winter is playing in the snow! Tiny's friend throws a snowball, and Tiny runs to catch it. Tiny runs and runs until his friend can't see him anymore. Where is Tiny? He is missing! And what is that sound? Is it a snow monster crunching through the snow, or is it just Tiny the snow dog?


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Review from SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL:  ‚ÄúTiny is a lovable dog that is anything but diminutive. The oversized canine and his owner venture outside to frolic in the snow. They have a snowball fight, go sledding, and Tiny hides from the boy. Even though readers can easily spot the gigantic dog's nose, eyes, or head in the illustrations, the child is unaware of his whereabouts. One line of text per page and limited repetitive vocabulary makes this a solid choice for very early readers. The double-spread watercolor artwork is bright and appealing. Fans of the earlier "Tiny" books will welcome this new story about the big brown dog, but it also stands quite well on its own. 

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