Thomas' Snowsuit

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Annick Press, 1985 - JUVENILE FICTION - 24 pages
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Willful, young Thomas refuses to wear his new snowsuit, despite the pleas of his mother, his teacher and even his principal. When everyone's best efforts lead only to comedic chaos, they all agree it's best to let Thomas suit himself. This is marvelous mischief from Munsch and Martchenko.

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User Review  - harleybrenton - LibraryThing

This funny book is about a boy who refuses to put on his brown snowsuit. His mother tries his best to put it on him,, but it's a fight. In the end, he realizes that playing outside is better and worth the ugly brown snowsuit. THis would be a great story to read as a class. Read full review

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User Review  - kamijake - LibraryThing

Thomas does not want to put on his snowsuit and gives his teacher and principal a very hard time. Kids love this read aloud in the winter when it is snowing outside. They love to sequence the events with the funny pictures! Read full review

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About the author (1985)

Robert Munsch is the author of more than 25 books for children including The Paper Bag Princes and Stephanie's Ponytail. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and studied to be a Jesuit priest before deciding to work with children instead. He taught in a variety of nursery schools and daycare centers while he earned an MA in Early Childhood Education. In 1975, Munsch and his wife, Ann, moved to Guelph, Ontario. The Munschs have three children: Julie, Andrew, and Tyya (see them all in Something Good!).

Michael Martchenko has illustrated over 30 books for children and has exhibited his work throughout North America. He has won numerous awards for design and illustration. He lives with his wife, Patricia, in Toronto.

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