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The Snow Angelby Glenn Beck
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A picture-book edition of Glenn Becks tale of family, resilience, and love across distance, following in the footsteps of his #1 New York Times bestselling The Christmas Sweater.
Adapted from the newest Glenn Beck release, Snow Angel is the story of two siblings, who yearn for new toys and a fun vacation, but their parents are struggling and cannot give them what they want. Though their disappointment is obvious, their grandmother tells them the story of a young girl whose family also went through hard times. Before her father has to leave to find work, he makes a snow angel, telling his little girl that no matter where he is, there will always be an angel looking out for her and her mother, helping the brother and sister realize the true meaning of family.
Ultimately, it's a story of family, resilience, and knowing that the ones you love are never too far away.
A picture-book edition of Glenn Beck’s tale of family, resilience, and love across distance, following in the footsteps of his #1 New York Times bestselling The Christmas Sweater.This picture-book companion to Glenn Beck’s latest novel tells the story of a brother and sister who yearn for new toys—things their struggling parents are unable to provide. In light of the kids’ obvious disappointment, their grandmother tells them the story of a young girl whose family also went through hard times: Before her father had to leave the family in search of work, he made a snow angel, telling his little girl that no matter where he was, there would always be an angel looking out for her and her mother. When the siblings realize the girl from the story is someone they know, they come to understand the true meaning of family.
About the Author
Brandon Dorman is the illustrator of Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face and The Wizard, both by Jack Prelutsky; and The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck. He received a degree in fine arts from Brigham Young University—Idaho and lives in Puyallup, Washington, with his family.
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