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Snow

Walter de la Mare
Illustrated by Carolina Rabei

Walter de la Mare’s classic poem is revisited in a stunning fashion in this picture book that celebrates the wonder of snow.

2 in stock

£12.99
Format
Hardback
ISBN
9780571312191
Date Published
16.10.2014
Delivery
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Summary

‘No breath of wind,
No gleam of sun
Still the white snow
Whirls softly down’

As the day draws to a close, a family prepares for Christmas – decorating the tree, hanging stockings by the fire, putting out a plate of mince pies…

Outside, the world turns to white.

Critic Reviews

A beautiful, calming read with charming illustrations by Caroline Rabei - the perfect bed time story for winter!

Telegraph
Critic Reviews

One for sharing under a warm blanket

Baby London
Critic Reviews

The lyrical poem evokes the snow and everything associated with it making it a perfect book to capture the special qualities of the season. And very peaceful, too.

Guardian
Critic Reviews

Walter de la Mare's evocatively wintery poem is brought to new life by the simple, warm illustrations of Carolina Rabei, as a family prepares for Christmas and the world around them turns white.

Little London
Critic Reviews

The gorgeous illustrations conjure up a magical Christmas landscape and skillfully interpret this evocative poem which celebrates the beauty and wonder of snow. A lovely book to share at bedtime

Carousel
Critic Reviews

Rabei's illustrations are very warming and full of detail - perfect to pore over on a cold, wintry day.

Creative Review
Walterde la Mare

Walter de la Mare (1873–1956) was born in Charlton, Kent. From 1890 to 1908, he worked in the statistics department of the London office of Anglo-American Oil. For the rest of his long life, he was a full-time writer. De la Mare’s first collection of poetry, Songs of Childhood, was published under pseudonym in 1902. With the publication of The…

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