Snowflakes Fall by Patricia MacLachlan

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Read Snowflakes Fall Online Free - In Snowflakes Fall, Newbery Medalist Patricia MacLachlan and award-winning artist Steven Kellogg portray life’s natural cycle: its beauty, its joy, and its sorrow. Together, the words and pictures offer the promise of renewal that can be found in our lives—snowflakes fall, and return again as raindrops so that flowers can grow.
 
MacLachlan and Kellogg, who are longtime friends, were moved to collaborate on a message of hope for children and their families following the tragic events in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, on December 14, 2012. Kellogg lived in Sandy Hook for thirty-five years—he raised his family there and was an active member of the community. With Snowflakes Fall, they have created a truly inspiring picture book that is both a celebration of life and a tribute to the qualities that make each individual unique.
 
In honor of the community of Sandy Hook and Newtown, Random House, the publisher of Snowflakes Fall, has made a donation to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund. Random House is also donating 25,000 new books to the national literacy organization First Book in the community’s honor and in support of children everywhere.
 


From the Hardcover edition.



Title : Snowflakes Fall
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ISBN : 0375982191
Edition Language : English
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 32 pages


Reviews


Carol rated it ★★★★★

December 05, 2013

"A Snowflake. A Child. No two the same-- all beautiful. A circular sticker with the above quote graces the cover of Snowflakes Fall. The sticker placed by Random House also notes that a donation has been made to The Sandy Hook School Support Fund. If these two sentiments alone are not enough to enc...


Aleisa rated it ★★★★★

December 11, 2013

This book is a beautiful collaboration between MacLachlan and Kellogg written to honor the children of Sandy Hook Elementary. I had wondered how this would work in a picture book for young children but, fully trusting this author and illustrator, I pre-ordered it for the school. I just received i...


Josiah rated it ★★★★★

June 11, 2015

This book...oh this book...What can I say that would ever be worthy of it? The first time I read it, tears were streaming down my face before I reached the end of the first line. Every time I open it up and read it again, the same thing happens. Patricia MacLachlan has been capable of brilliance...


Evie rated it ★★★★★

January 02, 2014

Such a beautiful, moving story filled with images and metaphors that will melt your heart. Snowflakes Fall is beautifully written and full of meaning. The illustrations are gorgeous and magical. This wonder of a book was created as a tribute to the victims of the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut...


Linda rated it ★★★★★

December 19, 2013

There is often a poignancy to Patricia MacLachlan’s stories, and this is no different. Despite the happiness shown by Stephen Kellogg of the children playing in the snow, and later, in the flowers, the story is also about loss, change of seasons on the surface, and loss of childhood perhaps as ti...


Sharon rated it ★★★★★

January 15, 2014

I was anxious for this title to get out of processing at our library. The wait was certainly worthwhile - I just finished reading this to my little girl; I cried. Naomi loved hearing the story. Snowflakes Fall is beautifully rendered by the very talented Patricia MacLachlan and Steven Kellogg. Th...


Cheri rated it ★★★☆☆

November 22, 2013

I think that the illustrations would have been great on their own. The words left so much to be desired!! I was sorely disappointed, because I love Patricia MacLachlan's work, and I've been fortunate enough to meet her on several occasions. I was even more excited that this book's profits go to S...


Virginia rated it ★★★☆☆

December 31, 2014

The events of Sandy Hook in December of 2012 still affect me deeply two years later. This book by Patricia MacLachlan and Steven Kellogg is a bittersweet tribute to the fallen children and teachers of that day. It is easy enough to read the book without referring to the reason it was written, and...


Emily rated it ★★★★★

June 14, 2013

You can't go wrong with Steven Kellogg and Patricia MacLachlan. The illustrations, message, and dedication are beautiful, moving, and inspiring. When people create art to help themselves cope with a tragedy and share it with everyone, it touches the world and helps everyone else too.


Ann rated it ★★★★★

January 06, 2017

Sweet and simple. Add in the backstory regarding Sandy Hook, and it's so much more.





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