By Yannick Murphy
Child Polar loves cuddling up with Mama Polar--until the snow starts off to fall. Then he desires to play! He loves catching the tasty flakes on his tongue and zigzagging around the ice. whilst the winds start to gust and the snow turns into a snow fall, notwithstanding, child Polar is aware it is time to return to his mom. yet now the complete international is roofed in white. the place may perhaps Mama Polar be? Award-winning writer Yannick Murphy's smooth, lyrical tale and acclaimed artist Kristen Balouch's brilliant university illustrations completely trap the excitment and sweetness of a tender kid's first self reliant experience.
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He turned his face up to the falling snow. He held out his tongue and tasted the white flakes. The snow started coming down hard. It started to get deep. So Baby Polar lay down in the snow, with his round belly facing the sky. He moved his furry legs up and down. Swish, swish. He was making wings. He stood up and saw the shape he had made in the snow. "Look at the Snow Goose I made," called Baby Polar to Mama Polar. "Not now," Mama Polar said. "The storm is coming closer. " "But I want to keep playing," Baby Polar said as he skated across the ice.
For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book, write to Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 215 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10003. • Clarion Books is an imprint of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. com • Printed in Singapore • Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data • Murphy, Yannick. • Baby Polar / by Yannick Murphy; illustrated by Kristen Balouch. • p. cm. • Summary: Even though his mother warns him of a coming storm, Baby Polar goes outside to play, but when he cannot see his own paw he realizes that he now faces danger.
He dug and dug, the white snow flying behind him. He made a big hole in the hill and stood inside it. It was warm, like a cave. Baby Polar liked it there. He didn't feel the icy wind there. And he could hear the beating of his mother's heart. Mama's heart! Baby Polar jumped outside the cave and poked at the hill. " he said. Then Mama Polar shook her fur coat so that the snow fell off her. "Yes, I'm Mama Polar. " she said. " "I'm not a snowball. I'm me. " Baby Polar shook his fur coat so that the snow fell off and Mama Polar could see him.
Baby Polar by Yannick Murphy