“Haas does a particularly good job of expressing the horse’s point of view as fully as Maggie’s. . . . A beautifully crafted book for beginning readers.” — Booklist (starred review)
The sky is white, the air is cold, and snowflakes are falling. By bedtime, Maggie and her family are ready for the storm. But Bramble is too excited to sleep; she wants to be out in the white, wild world. Luckily for Bramble, she has a shaggy coat to keep her warm. And luckily for Maggie and her family and friends, when morning comes, Bramble can help dig through the deep snow that has most of the neighbors stuck in their homes, turning the snow day into a block party complete with marshmallows, cocoa, and lots of friends.
About the Author
Jessie Haas has always loved horses and has written more than thirty books, most of them about horses, including the first three books about Bramble and Maggie. Jessie Haas lives in Vermont with her husband, writer Michael J. Daley; her two horses; two cats; a dog; and a hen.
Alison Friend is the illustrator of several children’s books, including Scrawny Cat, What Color Is Caesar?, and the Bramble and Maggie stories. She also illustrates and designs greeting cards. Alison Friend lives in South Yorkshire, England.