Katy and the Big Snow PDF ✓ the Big PDF ↠

Katy and the Big Snow PDF ✓ the Big PDF ↠


  • Paperback
  • 40 pages
  • Katy and the Big Snow
  • Virginia Lee Burton
  • English
  • 09 October 2018
  • 0395185629

10 thoughts on “Katy and the Big Snow

  1. Spencer Orey Spencer Orey says:

    Really exciting story about a snowplow digging out a town after a big snow storm The drawings are cool and twist around to show the roads and everyone finally getting moving.


  2. Calista Calista says:

    It seemed the perfect time of year to read this Katy is a big plow and she likes to work hard She is a bight red machine and very proud of being so helpful She has a plow on the front and they can put a snow plow on her too Well, one day there is a wallop of a storm and it s so deep that everyone is snowed in No one can go anywhere So Katy gets out the snow plow and she plows everyone out She saves the day slow and steady The art uses red, green and yellow color with black and white The It seemed the perfect time of year to read this Katy is a big plow and she likes to work hard She is a bight red machine and very proud of being so helpful She has a plow on the front and they can put a snow plow on her too Well, one day there is a wallop of a storm and it s so deep that everyone is snowed in No one can go anywhere So Katy gets out the snow plow and she plows everyone out She saves the day slow and steady The art uses red, green and yellow color with black and white The story is told with a picture window in the middle of the page with bubbles around it of things happening or places in the town or just other information the story could use It mostly shows Katy plowing streets.The kids sorta enjoyed this and they wondered what the point of the story was It s pages of streets being plowed I have loved Virginia s other stories so far, but this one was not as wonderful as the other It has a charm, but it s a bit slow as a story The children were on to the next story after this was read It did not penetrate their conscious really The niece gave this a star and the nephew gave this 2 stars


  3. Dale Dale says:

    Thetime goes by, thebooks I read to my kids, theI appreciate Virginia Lee Burton Katy the big red bulldozer is a strong female protagonist with no need for a love interest or even a male sidekick She just keeps on chugging, helping people, doing the job when no one else can, never giving up even when she gets tired Before becoming a parent I wouldn t have expected anthropomorphic highway department vehicles to be kickass role models, but here we are.


  4. K8teebug K8teebug says:

    One of the only things I ve ever found with Katy spelled with a y Who cares if I m a snow plow I m a snow plow who saves the day


  5. Annie ⚜️ Annie ⚜️ says:

    I was able to give my son the edition I received from my 1st grade teacher Mrs Esposito in the 1970s He enjoys the exquisitely detailed illustrations as much as I did.


  6. Chak Chak says:

    I think Virginia Lee Burton is wonderful Long winded, but wonderful I like the ridiculous level of illustration detail in this book the map of the town is really out of control detailed and the story of the humanized snow plow that just keeps going even though she s tired and she doesn t think she can do it File this under I think I can books Ages 4 7.


  7. Relyn Relyn says:

    Oh, I am so glad to have reread this book I hadn t read it in years and it was wonderful The maps were wonderful and so engaging The details would appeal to boys and girls The story is simple and easily accessible But, the best part about this book is the plans I have for it I can t wait to use it to teach a few writing mini lessons Her use of word placement on the page and in conjunction with pictures will be a great example to my own little book makers Can t wait


  8. Susan Susan says:

    Katy, a brave and untiring tractor, who pushes a bulldozer in the summer and a snowplow in the winter, makes it possible for the townspeople to do their jobs.This story was used in my snow storytime and we pretended to push the snow in all the parts of town mentioned north, south, east and west East is toward the mountains, west is toward the lake and so on, so we chugged along in those directions It is also great to showing how much snow fell good math tie ins.


  9. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    By the author of one of our favorite books, Mike Mulligan and the Steam Shovel Wanted to try another Burton and she didn t disappoint My kids loved it A little lesson about maps and directions with a compass rose and a map of the town A great social studies lesson as well All my kids loved this one.


  10. Laura (Book Scrounger) Laura (Book Scrounger) says:

    We really liked this book here another new one for me clearly I was Virginia Lee Burton deprived as a child it s certainly appropriate for a New England audience I enjoyed the extra illustrations around the border too they re a nice extra for children to enjoy looking at even after the reading is done.


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Katy and the Big Snow❰Reading❯ ➼ Katy and the Big Snow Author Virginia Lee Burton – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Katy, a brave and untiring tractor, who pushes a bulldozer in the summer and a snowplow in the winter, makes it possible for the townspeople to do their jobsIn , we are celebrating the th anniversary Katy, a brave and untiring tractor, who pushes the Big PDF ↠ a bulldozer in the summer and a snowplow in the winter, makes it possible for the townspeople to do their jobsIn , we are celebrating the th anniversary of Virginia Lee Burton s birth As part of this celebration a glitter cover edition Katy and eBook Í of Katy and the Big Snow, complete with snowy stickers, has been created In this enduring winter favorite from the Caldecott Medal winner Burton, Katy the snowplow finally gets her chance to shine when a blizzard blankets the city and everyone is relying on Katy to help dig out This new paperback and the Big PDF/EPUB Á is perfect for gift giving Children love sharing Katy s shining moment of glory and will inevitably admire her chug, chug, chug endurance.


About the Author: Virginia Lee Burton

Virginia Lee Burton was an American illustrator and the Big PDF ↠ children s book author Burton produced seven self illustrated children s books She married Boston Museum school sculptor, George Demetrios, with whom she had two sons and lived in Folly Cove, Gloucester She died at .


10 thoughts on “Katy and the Big Snow

  1. Spencer Orey Spencer Orey says:

    Really exciting story about a snowplow digging out a town after a big snow storm The drawings are cool and twist around to show the roads and everyone finally getting moving.

  2. Calista Calista says:

    It seemed the perfect time of year to read this Katy is a big plow and she likes to work hard She is a bight red machine and very proud of being so helpful She has a plow on the front and they can put a snow plow on her too Well, one day there is a wallop of a storm and it s so deep that everyone is snowed in No one can go anywhere So Katy gets out the snow plow and she plows everyone out She saves the day slow and steady The art uses red, green and yellow color with black and white The It seemed the perfect time of year to read this Katy is a big plow and she likes to work hard She is a bight red machine and very proud of being so helpful She has a plow on the front and they can put a snow plow on her too Well, one day there is a wallop of a storm and it s so deep that everyone is snowed in No one can go anywhere So Katy gets out the snow plow and she plows everyone out She saves the day slow and steady The art uses red, green and yellow color with black and white The story is told with a picture window in the middle of the page with bubbles around it of things happening or places in the town or just other information the story could use It mostly shows Katy plowing streets.The kids sorta enjoyed this and they wondered what the point of the story was It s pages of streets being plowed I have loved Virginia s other stories so far, but this one was not as wonderful as the other It has a charm, but it s a bit slow as a story The children were on to the next story after this was read It did not penetrate their conscious really The niece gave this a star and the nephew gave this 2 stars

  3. Dale Dale says:

    Thetime goes by, thebooks I read to my kids, theI appreciate Virginia Lee Burton Katy the big red bulldozer is a strong female protagonist with no need for a love interest or even a male sidekick She just keeps on chugging, helping people, doing the job when no one else can, never giving up even when she gets tired Before becoming a parent I wouldn t have expected anthropomorphic highway department vehicles to be kickass role models, but here we are.

  4. K8teebug K8teebug says:

    One of the only things I ve ever found with Katy spelled with a y Who cares if I m a snow plow I m a snow plow who saves the day

  5. Annie ⚜️ Annie ⚜️ says:

    I was able to give my son the edition I received from my 1st grade teacher Mrs Esposito in the 1970s He enjoys the exquisitely detailed illustrations as much as I did.

  6. Chak Chak says:

    I think Virginia Lee Burton is wonderful Long winded, but wonderful I like the ridiculous level of illustration detail in this book the map of the town is really out of control detailed and the story of the humanized snow plow that just keeps going even though she s tired and she doesn t think she can do it File this under I think I can books Ages 4 7.

  7. Relyn Relyn says:

    Oh, I am so glad to have reread this book I hadn t read it in years and it was wonderful The maps were wonderful and so engaging The details would appeal to boys and girls The story is simple and easily accessible But, the best part about this book is the plans I have for it I can t wait to use it to teach a few writing mini lessons Her use of word placement on the page and in conjunction with pictures will be a great example to my own little book makers Can t wait

  8. Susan Susan says:

    Katy, a brave and untiring tractor, who pushes a bulldozer in the summer and a snowplow in the winter, makes it possible for the townspeople to do their jobs.This story was used in my snow storytime and we pretended to push the snow in all the parts of town mentioned north, south, east and west East is toward the mountains, west is toward the lake and so on, so we chugged along in those directions It is also great to showing how much snow fell good math tie ins.

  9. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    By the author of one of our favorite books, Mike Mulligan and the Steam Shovel Wanted to try another Burton and she didn t disappoint My kids loved it A little lesson about maps and directions with a compass rose and a map of the town A great social studies lesson as well All my kids loved this one.

  10. Laura (Book Scrounger) Laura (Book Scrounger) says:

    We really liked this book here another new one for me clearly I was Virginia Lee Burton deprived as a child it s certainly appropriate for a New England audience I enjoyed the extra illustrations around the border too they re a nice extra for children to enjoy looking at even after the reading is done.

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