Snowman Paul dreams of becoming a Winter Olympics champion. When he persuades a skeptical Dan to join him on his Olympic quest, Dan is surprised by how well his snowman is doing in competition. But then Dan becomes suspicious. Snowman Paul knows everything about snow and ice, but is he competing fairly? Or is he perhaps, enjoying some unfair advantages? If so, what should they do about it?
Written in rhyme, the Snowman Paul book series celebrates the magic of winter through the evolving friendship between a young boy and his mischievous snowman. Whimsical and humorous, the stories also touch upon serious themes such as friendship, peer pressure, family relationships and values. Vivid and expressive illustrations complement the narrative and bring the stories alive.
Snowman Paul at the Winter Olymics
Title: SNOWMAN PAUL at the WINTER OLYMPICS
Authored by: Yossi Lapid
Illustrated by: Joanna Pasek
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction / Sports & Recreation / Winter Sports
8" x 10" (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
Full Color Bleed on White paper