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In this follow-up to the holiday hit The Tree That's Meant to Be, a fox and hare discover the magic of a first winter snowfall.
Fox and Hare were born in the spring, but the seasons are changing and they hear snow is on the way. "What is snow like?" they ask all the forest animals, and each gives a different answer ("Snow is white, like your fur."). But their questions are soon answered when thick, fluffy flakes start to fall. SNOW! Young readers will share the magical feeling of a first snowfall as they see the two best friends marvel in nature's beauty.
This is a charming holiday story that feels instantly classic and yet fresh and new at the same time. With heartfelt themes of friendship, curiosity, and the wonder of nature, it's a story families will love cozying up with together.
Look for all of Yuval Zommer's beautiful nature stories: The Tree That's Meant to Be The Lights That Dance in the Night The Wild (coming Feburary 2024)
About the Author
YUVAL ZOMMER graduated from London's Royal College of Art with an MA in illustration. After working as a creative director at many leading advertising agencies, his passion for picture books won out, and he is now the author and illustrator of several highly acclaimed children's books, including The Tree That's Meant to Be, A Thing Called Snow, The Lights That Dance in the Night, and the Big Book series. Follow Yuval on Twitter and Instagram at @yuvalzommer.
"There is a Jan Brett-like snuggled-up vibe. . . . Enchanting illustrations and a topic of endless childhood fascination."—School Library Journal
"Zommer’s collagelike illustrations are full of marvelous textures and details in the rich and realistic colors of nature."—Kirkus
"With playful and lyrical touches, this enjoyable seasonal read also highlights the rewards of friendship and how curiosity can inspire and lead to unexpected delights and experiences."—Booklist