by Theron

Let it Snow!
Let it Snow!
Let it Snow!

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Arlene Huster Fri, 21 Jan 2000 What a great little book you all have created! I enjoyed looking at the wonderful illustrations and all the fun and exciting things you can do in the snow!
This is a great idea for our website (still in creation).
Librarian from Salt Lake City, UT
Renee Chauncey Fri, 28 Jan 2000

Dear Mrs. Crosby's Class,
My name is Mrs. Chauncey and I teach first grade in Hazlehurst, Georgia. I was looking through the web and came across your electronicbook....Let It Snow. Wow! You are very good illustrators. I enjoyed
reading your story, too. As soon as our class gets the Internet, wewill try to make a book as great as yours. Congratulations on being such wonderful authors and illustrators!

Jeff Davis Primary School
Hazlehurst, Georgia 31539
reneechauncey@hotmail.com

John Somerville Thu, 10 Feb 2000 It is very seldom we get snow on the ground here in Christchurch, New
Zealand, so it is interesting to see all the things you do when you have
snow. A neat way of letting other people see your work. Congratulations.
John Somerville.
Maureen Benz                               Wallace, Idaho Sat, 12 Feb 2000 Dear Mr. Crosby's Kindergarten,        
I just read your Let it Snow! book and it made me want to go play in the fresh snow we're getting right now!  I am going to show it to my Kindergarten class on Monday so they can see   what a book on the Internet looks like.  Some of the teacher's from our building will be visiting your school on February 24 & 25 and maybe you can share how you made the book.                                                                                                            
 Brenda Borchers  Fri, 25 Feb 2000 You all have done a wonderful job. We all love to read your stories.
Especially the ones that you have created yourselves. But do you think
the snow will ever go away? We are ready for spring........
Thanks again for the great story
Brenda Borchers
Constance K Bull  Tue, 29 Feb 2000 Cherry Valley's web site is a beautifully designed and easily navigated
site. I enjoy seeing all the art work displayed by the kindergarten class.
Keep posting their books on this site for us to enjoy.
Royce Bird Tue, 29 Feb 2000 You all did a very good job with your pictures.Keep up the good work.
Burl F. George Tue, 29 Feb 2000 Dear Kids,
I enjoyed seeing all your pictures of what fun Montana can be in the winter
time. I live in Florida so we never get to see snow....not ever. It
sounds like Mr. Crosby is a great teacher and makes your class lots of fun.
A special hello to my friends Shelby Bull and her mom in Polson.
Gwyn George
Boca Raton, Florida
Ruth T. Miller Wed, 01 Mar 2000 Dear classmates of Cherry Valley School, I had forgotten how many ways to
have fun playing in the snow. Here in Florida we have missed those
wonderful activities. Your pictures brought it all to mind.
Congratulations for a good job!
from Shelby's grandmother in Punta Gorda, Fla.
Gail Deal Mon, 20 Mar 2000 I am a kindergarten teacher in Greensboro, N.C. Your pictures and sentences
are fabulous!!!!I will share your pictures with my kids tomorrow in
school......we have the net on all our computers in the lab. Gail Deal P.S.
If you are looking for some penpals
or e-mail pals let us know......I have 25 students in my class ........8 are
ESOLS from
around the world.....it makes for some interesting lessons lol !!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Julie Richards  Thu, 05 Oct 2000

 Wow! You kids are awesome! My name is Julie and I live in Southern California and have only seen
it snow once! When I was a teenager my friend and I went to the mountains. We were driving in the car when it began to rain, but the rain looked funny to me. I said to my friend, "Look at the weird
rain!" She laughed and said, "That's snow you crazy girl!!" My toes got so cold, I thought they fell off me feet and were rolling around in my shoes! I have always thought that there was nothing to do when
it snowed, except stay in the house and be bored. But now that I have read your wonderful book, I know that the snow must be fabulous. I can't wait to see it again and try some of the fun things you wrote
about in your book. I really enjoyed visiting your web site. Keep up the good work!

Your friend, Julie

 

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