Wolf In The Snow
  • Wolf In The Snow
  • Wolf In The Snow
ISBN: 1250076366
EAN13: 9781250076366
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 3, 2017
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.55" H x 9.84" L x 8.66" W
Weight: 0.84 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Winner of the 2018 Caldecott Medal

A girl is lost in a snowstorm. A wolf cub is lost, too. How will they find their way home?

Paintings rich with feeling tell this satisfying story of friendship and trust. Here is a book set on a wintry night that will spark imaginations and warm hearts, from Matthew Cordell, author of Trouble Gum and Another Brother.

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5
   No words
There are no words, so if you are reading to your young child, you and them are going to provide the words.
 
5
   Who needs words when the illustrations tell it all?
I can not say enough good things about it. Currently I am developing my own body of work as an authorillustrator, and this book has taught me so much! Can 't wait 'til his next book is soon published!
 
4
   Beautiful picture story
Supper is a cute story from scratch! Pictures are delightful and I love that it is a picture book that can be explained in its own words by children.
 
2
   NO WORDS, picture book only!
I've been more thorough in my research, but I went on the stars and the glowing reviews. My child likes to be read. Yes, you can come up with a story I suppose to go with each page, but that is not what I was hoping for when buying a new book. A total bust and a waste of money for us. Immediately Went into the Donation Bag.
 
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   Buyer Beware and be aware
It is my own fault that I did not heed the warnings of others that many books ordered from Amazon show up dirty, ripped, wrinkled and otherwise. This is a Christmas present for a child and arrived damaged. The books'content is ADORABLE!!! So, I recommend the book with 5 STARS, but if you want to buy it, buy it from another source besides Amazon.
 
4
   No words-but still enjoyable.
This book got me this Christmas for my two years. At first, I was not happy with it because I didn 't realize that it didn 't have any words. I gave it to him and am glad that I did. He really enjoys it and we can change the story each time a little.
 
5
   Gorgeous pictures build empathy
I gave this to my daughter on her fourth birthday as she likes to read books to her now. The limited number of words makes this possible and I fell in love with the artistry and simplicity of the images. The first time we read the book, she buried her head in me and wept when the child did in the story, it's just so sad, Mama! But, that didn't stop her from immediately reading it again with her big sister or wanting to act the story moments later, pretending to be a baby wolf herself. It has become a favorite in our rotation of the stories of the children.
 
5
   Gorgeous book that's great for reader of all ages.
This book won the Caldecott and you don 't need my review to convince you of its quality. What I can tell you is that I was completely intimidated by reading my three-year-old book, a wordless book. And I was not even sure if he would like it, but he took it immediately. We bought it from the library and after we returned it, he asked repeatedly for it, so I got it and I'm glad I did. I feel like there is even more we can do with it as he grows up as a readerwriter. P.S. : We read Wish to our son on his birthday and cry on Mother's Day and Father's Day. Single : Time : It was the first book we ever read. I packed it in my hospital bag and everything.
 
5
   Such good illustrations and fun to tell your own version!
The pictures are so wonderful that the story can only tell itself. I can ask my 3 year old what is happening and she can make her own version, which is awesome! It supports her imagination and tells her story. She sits and thumbs through the pages, howling and barking ).
 
5
   Lovely!
This beautiful book is a joy to read. The lack of words helps it to be a slightly different experience as my son and I discuss what is going on in the illustrations.
 
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