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Katy And The Big Snow (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) download epub

by Virginia L. Burton


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Library Binding: 416 pages. The snow child they built has disappeared and the child they see running around is wearing the same clothes as their snow child had been given

Library Binding: 416 pages. The snow child they built has disappeared and the child they see running around is wearing the same clothes as their snow child had been given. Is she real or is it a hallucinatory figment of cabin fever and overwork? Mabel and Jack see the child, follow her footprints in the snow and even get to meet her. However, no one else has ever seen her and there is no other family living near them with a girl child. Where has she come from and where does she live?

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For use in schools and libraries only. Geappolis is hidden under a blanket of snow, until a red crawler tractor saves the day. Related Products. Just Me EAN 9780808523482. Lyle and the Birthday Party EAN 9780808523208.

Sold by: Interstate Books4school. But when the big one finally hits, the town is buried in page after page of powder. It is a story about a tractor who loves to work. The power lines are down. In the summer she works in construction, and in the winter, she has a plow. The only problem is that there's hardly ever enough snow to need such a big tractor-style plow, so she usually gets left at home while the plow trucks head out.

School & Library Binding: 112 pages

School & Library Binding: 112 pages. Then there is the small lochan close to their house, but a lot of traffic goes by, and the family is afraid that someone will spot Crusoe, who continues to grow bigger and bigger.

by Virginia Lee Burton First published 1943. Published April 3rd 1974 by Turtleback Books. Showing 1-24 of 24. Katy and the Big Snow (Paperback). Published April 3rd 1974 by HMH Books for Young Readers.

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School & Library Binding. it doesn't snow as much as it used to. By Thriftbooks. com User, November 22, 1999. when i was 6 or so i would ride my bike to the library and just read this book

School & Library Binding. when i was 6 or so i would ride my bike to the library and just read this book. i had all but forgotten about it when i saw it in a store the other day. about 25 years later i think i see some lessons i learned from katy. i also remeber fondly, the giving tree and where the wild things are, as well as schoolhouse rock as positive mental stimulants.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Geappolis is hidden under a blanket of snow, until a red crawler tractor saves the day.

Comments: (7)

Braendo
My 4 year old loves the detailed illustrations! She has me go over ever page. She LOVES helping me read this book. DO NOT GET THE PAPERBACK VERSION!!! The paperback version has the snow being green and not blue like the original versions. Plus, the page illustrations are cut off ever page. Not sure if it's the way they print these books or the way they cut them at the printers. The hard cover has the illustrations corrected. Ended up giving away my paperback and bought the hard cover.
Deeroman
My daughter (almost 3) has been enjoying a copy of this book from the library for the last month, so I decided to purchase a copy for our collection. We live in Minnesota, so we enjoy stories about snow for at least 1/2 of the year! :) I love that this mighty snowplow has a female persona ("Katy" or "K.T."). The detail in the illustrations is so fine, and my daughter loves to look at the overview of the whole city and pick out the different buildings. The glittery "snow" texture on the front of this paperback edition is a fun touch (but it does not seem to shed glitter all over the house-phew!), as are the stickers on the last page. I think it will be fun to tuck this book away at the end of winter and then pull it out when the snow flies again next year.
Mullador
I'm not sure why the publisher of this book chose to leave out some of the text because there was plenty of room on the pages. Not acceptable to change the text of a children's classic.
Coiriel
I used this in the classroom for several years and found it a great way to introduce the concept of community. I ordered the kindle version for my grandson and was deeply disappointed. It looked like the book was scanned (badly) and the pictures and the script did not align. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! Buy the original in soft back or hardback, if available. What a shame, I feel that the author would have been horrified with this version.
Usaxma
We checked this book out from the library and my kids (boy, 8 and girl, 5) both liked it so much that I had to buy the hardcover.

It is a story about a tractor who loves to work. In the summer she works in construction, and in the winter, she has a plow. The only problem is that there's hardly ever enough snow to need such a big tractor-style plow, so she usually gets left at home while the plow trucks head out. Of course, in the book, there is a giant snowstorm, and Katy saves the day, eventually even rescuing all of the plow trucks.

This is a great story for kids from about 3-9 I would say. It is a pretty quick read, but there are some maps you can study to open up more discussion. One of my favorite parts about it is that the main character is a strong female, but, importantly, the book makes no big deal about this. There is no mention of trying to prove that she is as strong as the males or anything of the sort.
Arryar
The book tells the story of a small town of hard working people that must all get to work even when it snows.. Kat is a bulldozer that stays in on most snow days until the big snow arrives and stops all the other truck based plows. Than its Katy's turn to come out of the garage and save day. There is a long list of people that ask Katy to help them such as the Doctor that must get to the hospital to save his patient and the police need to get out to protect the city, and the electricians that need to restore the power...Great story.
Ricep
My 2 year old loves this book and asks to read it often. I love how the tractor in the book is female, wish that wasn't so rare in this modern age. Cant' wait to read him other Virginia Lee Burton books in the future when he's ready for them!
Classic children's story book! My mother read it to my brother and me as kids, I read it to my kids and I just bought it (along with several other classics) for my brother's grandson for Christmas. I know he will love it - and it will bring back fond memories to my brother as well. "Chug, chug, chug!"
Katy And The Big Snow (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Virginia L. Burton
ISBN: 080852349X
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Turtleback Books (April 3, 1974)