Synopses & Reviews
Snowy stared at his reflection in the still water. The face he saw was not rugged and red like the other roos, but soft and white. Snowy is feeling left out and doesnt want to celebrate with his friends. But then a mysterious stranger arrives by the lake. Suddenly Snowys Christmas is looking up . . . up . . . UP. Featuring bright, beautiful, funny illustrations, this is a touching Christmas picture book with a lot of heart and a lot of bounce. A story about family, friends, fitting in, and doing something special at a special time of year.
About the Author
Sally Murphy runs the review site AussieReviews and has more than 27 books in print, including Big Blowie, The Floatingest Frog, Pemberthy Bear, R is for Rolf, and Two Tricky Tales. David Murphy has written and provided illustrations and designs for a variety of markets and media encompassing advertising, radio stations, schools, and journals. He is a regular contributor to Reading Time and illustrates for the Children's Book Council of Australia.