Over and Under the Snow
From Library Staff
A father and daughter's day in the winter fields and woods beautifully shows nature's layers, even when all appears to be barren.
Over the snow, the world is hushed and white, but under the snow is a secret world of squirrels and snowshoe hares, bears and bullfrogs, and many others. Ages 2-9
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BradyRhys thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 2 and 6
Nancy J Mata thinks this title is suitable for 5 years and over
jazmjoh thinks this title is suitable for 4 years and over
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"Under the snow, fat bullfrogs snooze. They dream of sun warmed days, back when they had tails."
"'Under the snow is a whole secret kingdom where the smallest forest animals stay safe and warm.'"
Over the snow-Stop. A sound.we stand like statues carved in ice till a bushy tailed fox steps from a thicket. Tips his car to the ground. Listens... Listens.... Still listens
"Over the snow I glide, past beech trees rattling leftover leaves and strong, silent pines that stretch to the sky. On a high branch, a great horned owl keeps watch. Under the snow, a tiny shrew dodges columns of ice, it follows a cool tunnel along the moss, out of sight."
SummaryAdd a Summary
A father and daughter tell a story about their encounters with the different animals in the forest during the winter time. Animals such as squirrels, hares, foxes, bears, and frogs are spotted in the forest hibernating during the winter time. They also talk about the food they eat and how they keep warm during the winter time.
This book is about a young female who is cross country skiing with her dad. During this time the animals have their own agenda under the snow from looking for food to sleeping. This all seems quiet and normal to the little girl but they really have a host of things going on.
This book is about a young girl who is interested in the world that exists beneath her in the cold months of winter. She wonders how the animals survive, and what specifically they do to keep warm. She is very intrigued by how the animals know winter is coming, and how they know when to hibernate.
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