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"With milk?" asks Sam.
"Yes," says Stella. "And sugar."
The two venture out into the white wonderland, exploring the tastes and textures of snowflakes and snowballs, the thrill of sledding ("I think I'll walk down," says Sam), and the magic of snow angels. Worldly Stella instructs her cautious little brother in all the ways of winter in the way only a big sister can.
Readers will be gratified at the return of Stella, Star of the Sea's adorable, true-to-life siblings. Popular award-winning author-illustrator Marie-Louise Gay has created another breathtakingly cute picture book about confident, carrot-top Stella and her earnest but uncertain little brother. Gay's watercolors of blackbirds on denuded tree branches, a brown pup wading through belly-deep snow, and the beaming siblings flailing their limbs to make snow angels are simply perfect. And her kid-dialogue is perfection squared. (Ages 3 to 7) --Emilie Coulter
We love Stella books and this snowy story is super sweet! I bought this before winter hit and we've been reading it very often ever since!Published 5 months ago by Ariel
Cute series of books. My kid's name is Stella, so I admit, as a family we are partial!Published 10 months ago by AmandaR
Stella is a good story for young children. Her brother, Sam, seems to be very reluctant to venture out into the snow but Stella is a good big sister and she shows him fun things to... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Art Lover
Stella and her little brother Sam are charming; asking (Sam) and answering (Stella) whimsical questions. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amy Torres
These stories about Stella and her brother Sam are really cute! They are great for big sister whose little brothers are always asking a million questions. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Eileen Wenger
Love Stella and Sam. Such a wonderful cartoon series that really teaches siblings to love and appreciate each other :). My kids really like these books too.Published 23 months ago by momof2angels
love the illustrations. slightly skeptical of the nonsense answers she gives, but it is just a story. Read morePublished on March 29, 2013 by J. Zimmer
I bought this along with some other Stella books. My niece's name is Stella so I don't have to have to tell you how glad i was to find these. Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by Stephanie Barragan