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There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow! Paperback – December 1, 2003
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My 7 year old thought it was somewhat funny, but none of my other children liked it. I actually thought it was a little weird and gross, to be honest. The woman swallows coal, sticks, a pipe, a hat, snow, and a scarf. In itself, this isn't an issue (since the woman in the fly book swallows far worse!) but at the end, she basically vomits up all of the contents that then turn into a snowman...it says she hiccups twice, but the illustrations show all of the contents coming back up and out of her mouth, and flying across the page. Three of my children thought she was throwing up. I thought it looked that way too. I really wasn't impressed at all.
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Love this kids book especially for those who do not get a lot of snow. It starts out with a woman who swallows some snow and then other items.
I only listened to the story, I had no pictures in front of me. Sounds like a great story and questions you can ask the child before things happen on next pages asking what the child knows by looking at the picture.
Love the elements, snow, pipe, coal, hat and a stick and a scarf. Love all the rhyming words as well, makes this a silly story for any child. You do find out at the end why she did what she did....
I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My class loved this book. We acted it out and sequenced it many timesPublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I found it to be disgusting. Most of the story is swallowing and then barfing. Author's terminology. Barf is poor and the story is not funny or entertaining. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Persop
This is a cute book. My students always get a kick out of these books. What did the old lady swallow now? The book was in great condition, brand new.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
My little boy is in love with these books. This one was read at one of his play dates. He started asking for it after that day. I ordered him this one for Christmas. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sam