This heartfelt and beautifully illustrated picture book follows the special friendship between a scarecrow and a snowman throughout the seasons.
Being a scarecrow can be lonely. Spending his day keeping birds away doesn’t leave Crow with many options for friends. Then one snowy day, the children on the farm build a snowman. Crow and Snow are fast friends and winter passes happily in each other’s company. Then Snow goes away. Crow misses his friend and thinks of Snow during the warm seasons until they can be reunited again. Being apart can be hard, but the very truest of friends never lose each other.
About the Author
Robert Broder is a picture book publisher and writer. He is also an amateur snowman builder. He lives in Vermont with his wife, daughter, dog, and two cats. Visit him online at RobertBroder.com.
Olivier Tallec is an illustrator based in Paris, France. He graduated from the École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués and has illustrated more than one hundred books. He is also the author of Who Done It? and Louis I, King of the Sheep.
"An unexpected love story...a quiet tale of poignant resilience." - Kirkus Reviews