by Yossi Lapid (Author), Joanna Pasek (Illustrator)
The Winter Olympic games are just around the corner, and Snowman Paul will be there, looking for gold. How far will he go in pursuit of his Olympic dream? This Olympic themed book teaches children the valuable lessons of fair competition and telling the truth.
"A celebration of winter and competition that will likely appeal to children who've dreamed of Olympic glory," Kirkus Reviews
"Paul,"I said, "you're much too old
To win a silver or a gold.
Besides, it's risky, you might fall.
So, let's forget about it, Paul!"
Meet Paul, a snowman with big dreams who is not afraid to be different or tell the truth. Fast paced and stunningly illustrated with 42 full-page watercolors, this rhyming story will be enjoyed by children and parents alike. It is perfect for cold winter days and warm summer times. It is a great bedtime story, and it is ideal for beginner readers. It makes a beautiful gift, and it will show you how much fun winter can be if you embrace your imagination.
Are you ready to experience the Olympic thrill?
Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics
About The Author
Yossi Lapid was born in a small town in Romania where toy stores were absent, but snowmen were abundant. The bright white carpet that covered the ground after the first snow-fall always appeared to him like the blank opening page in a magical book still waiting to be written. In his imagination, the imprints of his small feet would become the first words of many fantastic winter adventures.
Publisher: Yosef Lapid
Pub Date: April 12, 2017
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