Ten Ways to Hear Snow

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Kokila
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
10.88 X 9.31 X 0.5 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780399186332

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About the Author

Cathy Camper is the author of the Lowriders in Space graphic novel series. She is a founding member of the Portland Women of Color Zine Collective, and she loves making stuffed grape leaves like her Lebanese grandma did with family and friends. Cathy also works as an outreach librarian, serving schools and kids grades K--12. You can visit her online at cathycamper.com or follow her on Twitter @cfastwolf.

Kenard Pak is a picture book and book cover illustrator. He's illustrated children's books such as Have You Heard the Nesting Bird? by Rita Gray and The Dinner That Cooked Itself by J. C. Hsyu. He is the author/illustrator of Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn and Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and their cat. Visit his website at pandagun.com or follow him on Twitter @kenardpak.

Reviews

PRAISE FOR TEN WAYS TO HEAR SNOW

An NPR Best Book of 2020
A Powell's Best Children's Book of 2020
A Pacific Northwest Indie Bestseller
A National Indie Bestseller
Maryland Association of School Librarians Black-Eyed Susan Book Award Nominee
Wisconsin Elizabeth Burr/Worzalla Award 2021
Oregon State Award Finalist
IBBY's 2020-2021 Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities list

"A warm, comforting story with a wintry backdrop... A fine selection for teachers requesting picture books on the senses and a natural for reading aloud before the season's first snowfall." --Booklist, starred review.

"Not since Ezra Jack Keats in Snowy Day and Karen Gundersheimer in Happy Winter has snow been so lovingly depicted, in a counting game for children in all seasons." --School Library Journal

"Readers will savor this calm, kind, and loving moment between a granddaughter and her grandma." --Kirkus Reviews

"Just right for winter reading." --Publishers Weekly

"Forges new ways to think about intergenerational, intercultural connections." --Horn Book

This cries out for a choral performance of the snow sounds, and it might prompt librarians to bring out Perkins' classic Snow Music." --BCCB