One Snowy Day Author: Tammi Salzano Illustrator: Hannah Wood
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Format: Padded Board Books

Age Range: 2-5 years

Publication Date: September 2010

BISAC: 0

Pages: 24

Book Format Detail: Board Book with Padded Cover

Retail Price: $8.95

ISBN-13: 978-1-58925-857-0

ISBN-10: 1-58925-857-6

Dimensions: 7-7/8" x 7-7/8"

Learn to count from one to ten with Penguin! Penguin loves the snow. One snowy day means . . . one woolly hat, two warm mittens, three happy friends—and lots of fun! Foil-stamped snowflakes shimmer on the cover and every page of this cheery padded board book. Preschoolers will have a ball counting along with Penguin and his roly-poly pals!

Lexile: NP

One Snowy Day is a delightful preschoolers' picture book about learning to count with Penguin, who loves snowy days. From 1 woolly hat to 10 marshmallows in Penguin's hot chocolate, One Snowy Day dazzles the senses with glistening foil snowflakes and bright arctic pictures of snowy scenes. Children will love learning their numbers with Penguin reading One Snowy Day. The soft rounded corners, padded covers and board pages help make One Snowy Day safe and fun for small children to enjoy.

 

August 2010, Midwest Book Review

From "1 woolly hat" to "10 marshmallows in Penguin's hot chocolate," a little penguin celebrates one snowy day.

Wood's soft-edged illustrations depict a rotund penguin and his or her friends, all clad in hats, scarves and earmuffs playing in the snow. Foil snowflakes add a little bit of shine to this blue-and-pink pastel snowscape. The items to count are clearly distinguished and well within developmental capacity for toddlers. The numerals are used instead of words spelled out. Many adults will wonder why the penguin lives in an igloo, indicating an Arctic environment—and are these penguins Inuit?—and others will privately reflect that snow really wouldn't be a big deal for the average penguin.

While toddlers will probably not trouble themselves with such distractions, there are still better counting board books available.

 

October 7, 2010, Kirkus Reviews