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During a particularly long winter, residents of a small northwoods community build a village of snowpeople that brings joy to visitors from far and near, and when the sculptures begin to melt an elder explains that their spirit will live on throughout the seasons.
|Statement||by Diane Keyes ; illustrated by Helen Stevens.|
|Contributions||Stevens, Helen, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.K5223 Mag 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2007044892|
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But, as the villagers explain, the spirit of the snowpeople is in the cycle of life -- the melting snow feeds the rivers and fills the clouds which then water the crops. Stevens's magical illustrations capture the joys of a simpler time, and will have readers itching for the snow to fly so they can sculpt their own snowpeople.5/5(4).
But, as the villagers explain, the spirit of the snowpeople is in the cycle of life-the melting snow feeds the rivers and fills the clouds which then water the crops. Stevens's magical illustrations capture the joys of a simpler time, and will have readers itching for the snow to fly so they can sculpt their own : Down East Books.
Get this from a library. Spirit of the snowpeople. [Diane Keyes; Helen Stevens] -- During a particularly long winter, residents of a small northwoods community build a village of snowpeople that brings joy to visitors from far and near, and when the sculptures begin to melt an.
But, as the villagers explain, the spirit of the snowpeople is in the cycle of life—the melting snow feeds the rivers and fills the clouds which then water the crops. Stevens's magical illustrations capture the joys of a simpler time, and will have readers itching for the snow to fly so they can sculpt their own snowpeople.
While the children sleep, their elders create snowpeople. Eventually, the lake is surrounded with them. Word gets around, and people come to see the marvelous figures. But snow doesn't last forever, and when the snowpeople melt, the villagers must find another way to keep the spirit of the snowpeople alive in their hearts.
The Spirit of the Snowpeople By Diane Keyes ISBN Down East Books The Spirit of the Snowpeople is the story of a small village of north woods folks who brighten the long gloomy days of winter for their children by building amazingly detailed and lifelike snow sculptures.
Soon visitors come to see the snowpeople and find themselves touched by the Author: Beth Solheim. Shaped and tempered by the Holy Spirit, they became His instruments of Spirit-infused vision and revival. These are their stories, stories of a people rather than a denomination.
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And the staging book, This Sold House, had more to do with my business than with my writing so I don’t really count that book either. But in the last years, I’ve been doing a. "This book is filled with concrete aspects of life—the exact opposite of my theme of the ‘thin places’ between this and another life.
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Audio Interview: Diane Keyes, author of SPIRIT OF THE SNOWPEOPLE. Author Diane Keyes has written a children’s story about snowpeople that bring joy to the villagers, their children and those who come to see the amazing snowpeople.
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