Frosty is a Stupid Name

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1551433826
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A whimsical snow day adventure
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Reader reviewed by Kim Peek

Frosty is a stupid name for a snowman--especially if your snowman is as talented as Jenny's. Jenny and her snowman, Bartholomew, explore Unicorn Planet and dine and dance with royalty. Jenny wonders if Bartholomew sees more than the backyard. Does he have an imagination? They leave Unicorn Planet, have an amazing day at home, and even take a little vacation before Bartholomew...well, you know what happens to snowmen!

Nobody said snowmen had to be ordinary! Anyone who ever painted the snow, dressed a snowman in something other than a hat and scarf or created castles instead of igloos will appreciate Bartholomew's adventures.

Troy Wilson and illustrator, Dean Griffiths, worked together on Perfect Man--another excellent selection for children who live to stretch the limits of their imaginations. If you add just one winter book to your collection this season, I highly recommend this book for kids who wonder...WHAT IF?
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