What could be more fun than a snow day?
But Feather and Flap are too cold to play outside with Spike. To keep them outside, Spike surprises them with gifts—skates, a sled, and a snowman. When these aren’t enough to keep his siblings from shivering, Spike comes up with the best gift of all: warm scarves and hats!
Playing in the snow with your family can be cool, but thoughtfulness toward others makes playtime a blast for everyone.
Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Snowy Surpriseis a My First I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child.
About the Author
Kallie George is an author, editor, and creative writing teacher. She has written numerous books for children, including the Magical Animal Adoption Agency series, the Heartwood Hotel series, Wings of Olympus, Duck, Duck, Dinosaur, and The Lost Gift. Kallie lives in BC, on the Sunshine Coast, with her husband and son. Visit Kallie online at www.kalliegeorge.com.
Oriol Vidal is an illustrator and storyboard artist who lives in Barcelona, Spain. When he’s not drawing or painting, he loves spending time with his family outdoors. Many of the scenes in the Duck, Duck, Dinosaur books were inspired by his trips to camp as a child and summer nights full of lightning bugs. You can see more of his work at www.oriolvidal.es.
Lots of word repetition combined with a simple but enjoyable plot make this an essential purchase for most beginning-to-read collections.
— School Library Journal