How Cold was It?

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Lobster Press, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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"It was a freezing, sneezing, goose-bumpy, teeth-chattering, can't-get-out-of-bed, blankets-over-my-head kind of cold.""For a boy with a warm heart and a big imagination, a cold winter day is an exciting adventure. In How Cold Was It? "boisterous prose alternates with playful rhyming sequences as the author takes us on a journey at well below freezing temperatures. It's enough to make you shiver!

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About the author (1999)

A native of Pointe-Claire, Quebec, author Jane Barclay has been writing since she was a child. Early credits include "Cinderelish," an elementary school play that involved sock puppets and very bad singing. Luckily for all, Barclay's writing has matured. Her award-winning children's books include How Cold Was It?(Lobster Press, 1999), How Hot Was It?(Lobster Press, 2003), and Going on a Journey to the Sea(Lobster Press, 2002).

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