Let Little Critter(R) take your child on a reading adventure!
Little Critter explores all of the fun things he can do when school is canceled because of snow, including making snowballs, snow angels, and building a snow fort. In the end he learns that coming in from the cold is fun, too.
Winner! Children's Choices 2002 from the Children's Book Council!
Snow Day is an original Little Critter First Reader for children ages 3 to 6. This charming leveled reader features:
*Repetition of familiar words and sound patterns for ease of readability
*Colorful illustrations for visual cues
*Skill-based activities and a vocabulary list at the end of the book to help reinforce reading comprehension and fluency.
Our Little Critter(R) First Readers series is helping kids develop key reading skills! Featuring 30 titles for children ages 3 to 8, each book contains an original and engaging Little Critter story about a situation that most kids will find familiar - a trip to the zoo, a day at camp, a class outing. Young readers will enjoy these simple and attractive stories written with their reading level in mind. Check out the other titles in this series!
These stories offer more than just entertainment, they are everything a child needs to ensure reading success!
About the Author
Mercer Mayer, writer and illustrator for Little Critter First Readers, as well as Little Critter Spectrum began writing and illustrating children's books in 1966 and since that time, he has published over 300 titles. Open almost any of the award-winning author/illustrator's books, and out may pop dragons, cuddly monsters, wonderful creatures, and endearing critters. "Most of my books are about things that happened to me when I was a little kid," says Mercer. "Now that I'm a big kid, I write about things that happen now, especially with my own children. They always help remind me of what it was like." Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, Mercer Mayer spent his childhood hunting lizards and snakes in the swamps near his home. During his teenage years, he attended the Honolulu Academy of Arts. He later received additional training at the Art Students League in New York City. Upon completion of his studies, he set out with pen and ink to write and illustrate a collection of children's book, reflecting many of the adventures he experienced as a child.