The Snowflake Mistake
How are snowflakes made? Find out in this wonderful new tale!
High, very high, almost too high to see, an ice palace floats like a ship on the sea. Where clouds are collected before they float by to make all the snowflakes that fall from the sky.
The Snow Queen is in charge of creating perfect, matching snowflakes that fall from the sky. But when she goes out and leaves Princess Ellie in charge, the snow stops falling and the children below are so disappointed! Princess Ellie has to find a way to make the snow fall again. Princess Ellie sets to work with her scissors to save the day. Does it matter if each snowflake isn’t exactly the same? What will the Snow Queen say when she returns?
A charming rhyming picture book about problem solving and uniqueness. A joy to read with children aged between 3-7, especially in the winter. Includes instructions for children to have a go making their own paper snowflakes.
|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Genre||Fiction, Picture Books|
|Publisher||Maverick Arts Publishing Ltd|
|Number of Pages||32|
“A winter wonderland of rhyming verses, helpful bluebirds, and frosty fun.”—Foreword Reviews
Author: Lou Treleaven
Lou Treleaven lives next door to a farm in Bedfordshire, England, with her family, a silly dog called Honey and a cat called Badger. She has written plays, picture books, and junior fiction.
Illustrator: Maddie Frost
Maddie Frost grew up in Massachusetts and attended Massachusetts College of Art and Design for animation. She lives with her husband and rescue pup in New Hampshire.