Snow Sounds: An Onomatopoeic Story

Snow Sounds: An Onomatopoeic Story

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Houghton Mifflin, Sept 2006

  • This is a magical story told in sound words. A young boy wakes up to a snowy day and makes his way through a morning of getting ready for school while outside there are the sounds of shoveling, snowplows, and even the school bus arriving. Each part of the day has its own sounds. "Whomp." "Crinkle." Enjoy! Great read aloud. 32 pages (Also see Snow Music by Lynn Rae Perkins)

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