Let's Sing with the Snowman



Today I was able to share The Snowman's Song: A Christmas Story with my children that we help take care of. And it was amazing to see the faces light up as we read the story. But one of the things I liked next was that I did not have to read it a second time. Of course they asked. And then I popped in the CD of The Snowman's Song: A Christmas Story for them to listen to. So we cuddled up to the stereo and heard the story again. Boy did that ever save my voice.
The story tells the tale of a little snowman who wishes with all his heart for a voice so he can sing the Christmas carols just like the children do.

There is little chance that he will have a voice, because the snow world is quiet.
Everyone knows that snow people communicate by sensing thoughts and feelings. A beautiful red cardinal helps and a kind young girl gives him hope, then a Christmas miracle happens.

I do have to thank Leaping Antelope Productions for sending me this wonderful holiday story. She shared with me that every book purchased of The Snowman's Song: A Christmas Story will then provide another book for a needy child. What a blessing that is. You can share this story for the holidays and also make sure another child has a new book too! And we can do one more than that too!

Yes, we plan on sharing in a giveaway of The Snowman's Song: A Christmas Story. All you need to do is visit The Snowman's Song and come back and share something you found of interest there. (This is mandatory to enter.) You can also have extra entries too. Additional entries can all be done with a separate comment for each for following, having my button, twittering, links on face book, sending others to the giveaway (they have to credit you) and blogging about this great giveaway. Make sure that I can contact you some how in order to let you know if your the winner.

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7 comments:

  1. Lynette, that sounds like a sweet story. Your "kids" are lucky to have you.

    Have a wonderful day!!

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  2. BRRRRR! Just looking at that snowman makes me cold! LOL! That is a cute little book, but as you know I don't have children or grandchildren, so I shall leave the "give away" for someone who can use this precious book.

    Love ya bunches!

    PJ

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  3. I love how the little girl visits him and "mother hen's" him by fixing his hat and scarf every day. What a touching story.

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  4. Also, I have your button :)

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  5. bj its_me_bj@yahoo.com12/11/09, 3:00 PM

    this sounds like a great story to share with my herd of turtles. the love when we read together. i like how the illistations are done and how the review was letting you know the purpose to the book beyond being entertainment.

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  6. bj its_me_bj@yahoo.com12/11/09, 3:01 PM

    i also linked you on my fb page gonaa add it to my myspace too just cuz i can


    :)bj

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