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Frosty the Snowman
Frosty the Snowman
Frosty the Snowman
by Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson
Illustration by Rebecca McKillip

This perennial Christmas song has delighted children and adults alike since its first recording in 1950. Now this favorite is available in a boardbook for toddlers. Illustrations show Frosty coming to life and the children's delightful parade around the town square with their new friend.
Age: 2 Year-olds | Title: Frosty the Snowman  |  Author: Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson  |  Publisher: Candy Cane Press
This perennial Christmas song has delighted children and adults alike since its first recording in 1950. Now this favorite is available in a boardbook for toddlers. Illustrations show Frosty coming to life and the children's delightful parade around the town square with their new friend.

This classic story has been redrawn to create an adorable little board book. The original was written over 50 years ago, and the story is just as cute and funny today. This winter staple is perfect to read on a cold snowy day.

The songlike cadence of the text is entertaining and will be familiar to your little one. They will relate to all of the images of children playing in the snow. Since there are only a few words on each page, be prepared to read this story over and over again.

I watched Frosty the Snowman many times when I was a child, so it was great fun to share this book with my nephew Joshua. Since I'm very familiar with the story and the song, I sang the whole thing while we flipped through the pages. Joshua was very entertained and immediately asked if we could go build a snowman. We did, and unfortunately as far as I'm aware, it didn't come to life.

--Eve

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