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One Snowy Day by Tammi Salzano and Illustrated by Hannah Wood

Published by Tiger Tales Books

Pages: 24

Ages: 2-5

Publishers Summary: Learn to count from one to ten with Penguin! Penguin loves the snow. One snowy day means . . . one woolly hat, two warm mittens, three happy friends—and lots of fun! Foil-stamped snowflakes shimmer on the cover and every page of this cheery padded board book. Preschoolers will have a ball counting along with Penguin and his roly-poly pals!

Littlebug Gets Chatty: “One…two…free…four…fife! One…two…free…four…fife! Yay! This is so fun! Flowflakes too! And penguins (pronounced pain-goons)!

“My mom is just helping me learn to count and I’ve been doing pretty good. So far I’m up to know fife (five) all on my own and with a little tiny bit of help I can get up to ten all on my own. It’s so neat! Plus this book is so much fun to count the flowflakes, hats, buttons, and even snow angels. So pretty! At the end there’s even a little chance to see SANTA! Oh, I can’t wait for him to come! This is such a fun book, you will have to read it with the little kiddos you know!”

Mom’s Two Cents: “A sweet story about a little penguin and his big snowy day! Starting with one and counting all the way to ten, follow the journey of this little penguin as readers count all the happenings of his snowy day. Full of snow angels, snowballs, hats, mittens and so many more cold weather things that make the littlest readers want to build their very own snowman.

“When this book arrived Littlbug and often Turkeybird have hardly put it down. The story line is so cute, about a little penguin and his friend’s big snowy day out. What it centers around though are the items they interact with and as you go throughout the story you count each item. Our only downfall…we don’t have any snow here! Darn! Nonetheless, this is the perfect book for teaching little ones their beginning numbers. An adorable lead character and an incredibly fun snowy day make this perfect reading for these chilly holiday months.”

The1stdaughter Recommends: Ages 18 months to 5. Teach little ones to count and enjoy an adorable story with a very fun snowy day!


One of the first books ever reviewed on There’s A Book was I’ve Seen Santa! by David Bedford Illustrated by Tim Warnes, also published by Tiger Tales Books. It was definitely the Turkeybird’s very first review (please don’t laugh). As it is the holidays and we happen to have an extra copy we’d like to share the holiday love with our readers!

Details: One winner will be chosen at random after the contest closes. You MUST fill out the form below, comments will not count as entries. Only one entry per household. Giveaway is open to US/Canadian Residents only. The giveaway will run from December 09, 2010 until December 17, 2010 midnight EST.

The publisher, Tiger Tales Books, is also holding a giveaway for this as well as four other Christmas titles! Entries are pretty low and so your chances are pretty good. Stop by the Tiger Tales Books blog to enter to win! You may just pick this one up!

Thank you so much to the publisher, Tiger Tales Books, for sending this book for review!
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6 Responses to Book Review and Giveaway: One Snowy Day by Tammi Salzano

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  2. Hooray for Littlebug being able to count to 5!

  3. Thanks Danielle for these great reviews and for helping us spread the word. We look forward to hearing from lots of your followers on our blog and facebook page. Or find us on twitter!
    Happy Reading,
    tiger tales

  4. Hilary says:

    Thanks for this giveaways! 😀 I hope I can win this book, if not it looks like a great book to pick up to read to my little boy!!!!

  5. Gina says:

    Gotta love counting books….ESPECIALLY ones with adorabley cute penguins! How cute is that artwork! So glad it was enjoyed by both you and Littlebug…and good luck to everyone that enters this great contest! Happy reading….

  6. This looks like such a cute book. I know what you mean about the snow. My 3 yr old has been asking where is the snow if it’s winter time.

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