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Author: Karen Elisa Lotz,Elisa Kleven
ISBN13: 978-0525451457
Title: Snowsong Whistling
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile; 1st edition (October 10, 1993)
Pages: 32

Snowsong Whistling by Karen Elisa Lotz,Elisa Kleven

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Snowsong Whistling has been added to your Cart. So begins this nostalgic picture book that celebrates the sights, sounds, and smells of winter. The setting is a rural world, a heady mix of the past (one-room schoolhouses and sleighs pulled by horses) and the present (modern farm equipment and a multiracial, d cast of characters). The writing is good, for the most part, although occasionally either sound or sense get a bit muddy ("Soon we'll all know why/ Ringing low beneath the sky/Echoes chorus from/The snowsong whistling. But the illustrations are glorious. Kleven uses mixed-media collage and a quilt.

Listen to our chat about this book on our JustOneMoreBook. Jul 29, 2011 Julie rated it it was amazing. Shelves: children-s-poetry. wonderful book for welcoming in the autumn and all the things we love about it. nice rhythm to the text and lotsof warming images for frost-nipped days. illustrations perfectly match the text.

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Welcome Winter: Snowsong Whistling. Wednesday, October 18, 2006. Podcast: Play in new window Download. Author: Karen E. Lotz Illustrator: Elisa Kleven (on JOMB) Published: 1997 Puffin Books ISBN: 0140558659. Snowsong Whistling written by Karen E. Lotz, illustrated by Elisa Klevin. This beautiful book, packed with playful illustrations and cozy rhyme, invites us into winter with such joy I just can’t imagine an autumn without it. (Puffin Books, 1997)

by Elisa Kleven, Karen E. Lotz. USD Sold out. Koko-Love! Conversations with a Signing Gorilla. by Francine Patterson, Karen E. Snowsong Whistling. by Elisa Kleven, Karen E.

Publication date 1993. Topics Autumn - Fiction. Publisher Dutton Children's Books. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; china; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Snowsong Whistling by Karen Lotz. Confession: I don’t know anything about Karen Lotz and I wouldn’t make a point to seek out her other work because although the rhyming here is fine and fun, it’s pretty unremarkable. Imagine the eye candy. Save this book for a late November day or early December, just before the winter transitio.

Preschool Book Themes. Naptime and Bedtime Book Theme. And If the Moon Could Talk by Kate Banks and illustrated by Georg Hallensieben. Brave Little Monster by Ken Baker. Dr. Seuss Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss. Goodnight, Goodnight by Eve Rice. Snowsong Whistling by Karen E. Lotz and illustrated by Elisa Eleven. The First Snowfall by Anne and Harlow Rockwell. The Mitten by Alvin Tresselt and illustrated by Yaroslava. The Mitten by Jan Brett. The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg. The Winter Solstice by Ellen Jackson. When It Starts to Snow by Phillis Gershator and illustrated by Martin Matje.

As autumn turns into winter, there come the sounds of hot pies baking, red squirrels packing, sleighbells jingling, and other seasonal reminders
Reviews: 5
Wore this book out with my older children! Getting a second copy for the younger ones. Wonderfully written, richly illustrated (works fabulously for "I spy").
Beautiful illustrations! Love her work. Children in my class love it too.
I used to read this book to my toddler daughter and she loved to hear it over and over, not only for the well written poetry but she loved to gaze at the complex and colorful illustrations. She never became tired of it. Well made hardback.
This book arrived in our home as a gift, and it has become a most beloved one over many readings. The illustrations are quirky, lovely, and detailed enough that there's always some new detail to catch one's eye--VERY important with a book like this that is going to get read over and over. And over.
The setting, a quasi-rural landscape and homey interiors that illustrate the slow settling in of the winter season, is pleasantly multicultural. This is very difficult to do, in my opinion, in a way that is not condescending. An unexpected added pleasure in this book.
Worth owning in hardcover, will be loved to death by young children. The rhythm of the language is beautiful and catchy--my very young daughters often pick it up and sing at it after I have done reading it to them.
Colorful illustrations and nice verse to go with- my 2 year old grandchild enjoys looking at all the details in the pictures and my 4.5 yr old grandchild loves to listen to the story.