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The Snowman (Bright & Early Board Books)by Raymond Briggs
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The Alphabet Book by P. D. Eastman<P>Dr. Seuss's ABC by Dr. Seuss<P>The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss<P>Go, Dog. Go! by P. D. Eastman<P>Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb by Al Perkins<P>He Bear, She Bear by Stan & Jan Berenstain<P>I'll Teach My Dog a Lot of Words by Michael Frith<P>Inside, Outside, Upside Down by Stan & Jan Berenstain<P>Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? by Dr. Seuss<P>Old Hat, New Hat by Stan & Jan Berenstain<P>The Shape of Me and Other Stuff by Dr. Seuss<P>The Snowman by Raymond Briggs<P>Stop, Train, Stop! by the Rev. W. Awdry<P>There's a Wocket in My Pocket! by Dr. Seuss
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The Buehners' New York Times bestselling snowmen are here to stay! Children wonder what would happen if their favorite frosty friends didn't melt with springtime. What would it be like to take a snowman to the beach? What costume would a snowman wear if you took him trick-or-treating? In this dazzling, silly book, the weather brings a year's worth of surprise and laughter.
A young boy and his wintertime friend share a magical night of friendship, fun, and flying in this award-winning, wordless story.
About the Author
Raymond Briggs was born in London in 1934. At the age of 15, he went to Wimbeldon Art School to learn how to draw, as he wanted to become a cartoonist. But there he was told that cartooning was not a profession for gentlemen and that he ought to be a painter. Raymond then went on to the Slade School in London to study painting as a full-time student. During his spare time, he began work on a portfolio of illustrations of all kinds, including jackets and a wide selection of drawings to take to publishers. After illustrating for advertising, newspapers and books, Raymond discovered that book illustration inspired him the most, since it offered far greater variety and freedom than anything else. Raymond has always found it unfavorable to sustain a consistent illustration style for a long period of time. He is always seeking to try something else new and different with his work. Some of Raymond's best known works are The Snowman , The Man , and The Bear . The setting for The Snowman is based on Raymond's own house and garden, which is in Sussex, England at the foot of South Downs, a few miles from Brighton.
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