Snowboy 1, 2, 3 (Hardcover)

A Picture Book

By Wendy Wahman (Illustrator), Joe Wahman

Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), 9780805087321, 32pp.

Publication Date: October 16, 2012

List Price: 14.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.


One snowboy all alone . . .

. . . but he's not alone for long! Join this cheerful snowman for a wintertime counting romp, complete with a whole host of animal friends.

Playful rhythms and exuberant illustrations come together to celebrate the wonder of winter.

About the Author

WENDY WAHMAN lives in Washington State with big poodles, old cats, and a husband named Joe. She’s won many awards for illustration, but her greatest joy is loving the two-, three-, and four-legged animals she has known. She is author and illustrator of the picture books Don't Lick the Dog and A Cat Like That.

Joe Wahman lives in Washington State. He learned to count as a boy in Indiana. He now finds many interesting things to count in the Pacific Northwest. Snowboy 1, 2, 3 is his first picture book.

Praise For Snowboy 1, 2, 3: A Picture Book

“Cat lovers will be instantly smitten, and even those who aren't as immediately enthusiastic may well be won over by this slinky, strong-minded, creature.” —Kirkus Reviews on A Cat Like That

“The dynamic artwork and playful prose make this an appealing book to share individually with a prospective cat owner or in a cat-themed storytime.” —School Library Journal on A Cat Like That

“An attractive primer for kids who love cats--or may someday.” —Booklist on A Cat Like That

“A perfect, un-scolding introduction to basic cat etiquette for youngsters.” —Seattle's Child on A Cat Like That

“I'm passionate about helping children (and their parents) understand how best to safely interact with dogs, and this book perfectly encapsulates my philosophies on the matter in a really fun and engaging way.” —Victoria Stilwell, host of It's Me or the Dog on Don't Lick the Dog

“In this vividly illustrated and smartly written tutorial, Wahman runs through a set of rhyming tips for any child encountering a potential four-legged friend. . . . No matter the mood, the illustrations strike a perfect balance, using a spiky style reminiscent of papercraft atop bright, single-color backgrounds. . . . Gentle self-defense suggestions close this unique offering.” —Booklist on Don't Lick the Dog

“Eye-popping colors and exaggerated shapes with sharp edges are the defining characteristics of Wahman's distinctive illustrations for this how-to on meeting new canine friends.” —Kirkus Reviews on Don't Lick the Dog

“This colorful picture book provides humorous information on how to make friends and interact with dogs.” —School Library Journal on Don't Lick the Dog