A Snow Day for Hannah
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Hannah, the adorable bouncy Bernese Mountain Dog puppy, loves mountain climbing and the snow. When she sees a big snow storm brewing, she high-tails it home to wait out the weather. When the storm is over, she bounds outside to play in the fresh snow, building snowmen and snow angels, and then she sleds and hikes—just like kids like to do! Follow Hannah's snow adventure in this vibrant children's picture book filled with fabulous photographs of this cute little pup, and enjoy the rhymes while she climbs up!
Linda Petrie Bunch has taught classes in internet design, instructional design, and image manipulation at colleges and universities. Since 1996, she has owned an internet development and video business, Core Interactive Media. An avid outdoor photographer and oil painter, she has created documentaries, directed political advertisements, and serves on the boards of nonprofit organizations such as Planned Parenthood and the Denver Film Society. She has loved—and been loved by—Bernese Mountain Dogs for more than 20 years. She lives in Denver.
"A puppy goes on joyful adventures in this photo-filled rhyming picture book. Hannah is an adorable Bernese Mountain Dog puppy who loves to play in the snow. After realizing that a snowstorm is coming, Hannah hurries inside—only to return outdoors to sled, build a snowman and hike through the woods once the sun has returned. The photographs, full of breathtaking scenery, are engaging, particularly those that show Hannah in action . . . With a cute hero and gorgeous vistas depicted in clear, bright photos, young readers will happily curl up on a parent's lap to see Hannah's antics." —Kirkus Reviews"A Snow Day For Hannah is a fantastic photo-journal of a day playing in snow in the life of a Bernese Mountain puppy named Hannah. With a story in verse and vivid color photos of Hannah frolicking in the snow, A Snow Day For Hannah appeals to all the senses. Children will feel the cold crisp tang of the snowy woods and slopes where Hannah gambols. They will see her sense with her fine nose that the storm is coming. After the storm, they will have such fun sliding on the sled and trying to talk to the snowman! In addition, children's enjoyment of the book is augmented by its focus. To enjoy learning more about the special breed of mountain dog breed that Hannah is, read A Snow Day for Hannah to children age 5 and up." —Midwest Book Review