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Snowman By Dave Saari
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Matt Davidson, an underachieving golf bum and a somewhat nerdy engineer, inadvertently witnesses a shocking scene while playing golf, which launches him on an adventure that proves to be an emotional... More > roller coaster ride. Though unsure what to do or how to do it, he drops everything to help a stunningly beautiful woman he’s never even met. His clumsy efforts soon entangle him in a web of sex, fraud, and abuse that could end up costing him his life. This novel, set in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area and along Minnesota’s Lake Superior North Shore, is a must for the golf fan while also offering amusing and exciting twists and turns for the mystery fan.< Less
The Snowman Chelly By Victoria Jackson
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The Snowman Chelly is sick but he is scared of the doctor. Dr. Rudolph and Nelly the Elf help him feel better.
The First Snowman By Gerold "Snow" Burnette
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Children's book written about the "First Snowman."
The Snowman and the Robin By Stephen Ablett
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Every winter it snows, and children everywhere build a Snowman. But when a Robin warns him that he will melt when the sun rises, one Snowman decides to go on a journey to meet a Penguin hoping that... More > he will know the answer to survive the coming sun.< Less
The Snowman's Arm By Amanda Dankberg
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A friendly snowman loses his one arm. His friend the snowdog comes to life and brings it back. A heartwarming short tale about friendship.
The Snowman's Curse By Simeon Grace
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A short story of a miserable, old man who learns to embrace the joy of Christmas after an encounter with a magical snowman on a cold December night.
The Snowman's Revenge By Mark Smythe
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If you were left out in the cold snow all by yourself, would you be mad? Of course you would! Well, this snowman is out for revenge, especially after he sees those kids in the nice warm house, eating... More > cookies and drinking hot chocolate! So, let's see what happens in this delightful story, nicely flowing with rhymed verse, beautifully illustrated and quite humorous indeed. So lovable, it's sure to be an instant favorite and a timeless classic with "kids" of all ages.< Less
The Snowman's Revenge By Mark Smythe
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If you were left out in the cold snow all by yourself, would you be mad? Of course you would! Well, this snowman is out for revenge, especially after he sees those kids in the nice warm house, eating... More > cookies and drinking hot chocolate! So, let's see what happens in this delightful story, nicely flowing with rhymed verse, beautifully illustrated and quite humorous indeed. So lovable, it's sure to be an instant favorite and a timeless classic with "kids" of all ages.< Less
The Snowman Family By Mette Buchreitz
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Enjoy knitting the Snowman Family. Let them live in your home or give them away making somebody happy! Make only the small ones, add a string and hang them in your car, on your bag, on the Christmas... More > tree. Skill level: Easy Finished measurements: Snow-Daddy 17 cm/6.69" Snow-Mummy 14 cm/5.51" Snow-Kids 11 cm/4.33" Snow-Baby 5 cm/1.97" - (he's not on the picture as Mum is carrying him on her back). About the pattern: It is on 7 pages including 5 pictures and a space for your personal notes. I knit in round, so you have no seams to sew afterwards and the dolls are almost ready! © Copyright 2005 - 2008 by Mette Buchreitz.< Less
Harold the Snowman By Cliff Thompson
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From all appearances, Harold the Snowman looks just right. He has coal for a mouth, the customary pipe, a cozy scarf, and he stands tall at just the right height. But if you look closer,... More > you’ll see that Harold is shivering from the cold wind coming off the snow. You may even notice rivers of tears streaming from poor Harold’s eyes. Harold is scared—but why? Can a snowman really be afraid of — snow? An incredible thing happens to Harold, something that makes him stop crying. A friend is just what Harold needs, and there’s no better friend to a snowman in need than jolly old Saint Nick. Santa spies the sad snowman from way high above, quickly diverts his trip, and lands his sleigh next to Harold. As Harold catches his breath, dear old Santa Clause tells Harold something important. Harold may not be afraid of the snow after all. There may be something very important that can warm Harold’s frightened heart. Can you guess what it is?< Less