The Snow Dog's Journey
|Rating||:||4.93 (961 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
Book Mark said Wonderful Story with Beautiful Illustrations. All three of my grandchildren (ages Wonderful Story with Beautiful Illustrations Book Mark All three of my grandchildren (ages 4, 7, and 9) were immediately into this story and commented on the breathtaking illustrations as well. I bought the book at an elementary school bookfair after reading it and was delighted my grandchildren liked it as much as I did. There are many children's books to select from but few measure up to thi. , 7, and 9) were immediately into this story and commented on the breathtaking illustrations as well. I bought the book at an elementary school bookfair after reading it and was delighted my grandchildren liked it as much as I did. There are many children's books to select from but few measure up to thi. N. Thompson said Quietly wonderful. This book is just quietly wonderful, a very sweet story about children playing in the snow and the dog they create. While I was not SHOCKED by the ending, I was pleasantly surprised, and that was nice. My children were enchanted.. Third Grade Class Held Captive Amazon Customer My third grade class loves to hear books read to them as all classes do. They voted it a 5 because of the story and the beautiful artwork. Lonely children build a snowdog instead of a snowman, talking to it and giving it things. The dog is then given life by the Frost King who takes him back to his home to keep him safe from the sun and wa
From Booklist One winter’s day, siblings Olen and Anna build a snow dog with fresh powder courtesy of the Frost King. “If you believe in something, then it’s real,” answers Anna. Preschool-Grade 2. The softly textured illustrations smoothly convey the characters’ individual perspectives and emotions, including the Frost King’s wistfulness as he searches for his snowy friend. --Shelle Rosenfeld . The Frost King, it turns out, has taken Snow Dog to live in his ice palace, but Snow Dog is determined to return to his true home, and after a perilous journey, he reunites with his friends and enjoys a magical transformation. Each morning thereafter, the children look forward to seeing their frozen friend until one day he is missing. Krupinski’s delightful tale blen
One wintry day, two children build a dog out of snow, and they play with him and love him just as if he were real. In the spirit of such classics as The Velveteen Rabbit, here is a magical, heartwarming story about the transformative power of love.. That night, the icy Frost King spies the dog and decides to make him his own. So he sets out to find his way home. Together, they travel far and wide, but in his heart Snow Dog knows that no one loves him like the children
Loretta Krupinski lives in South Thomaston, Maine.