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|Snowman Mini Hardback Ladybird Books |
|Frosty the Snowman Книга по Требованию Frederic P. M. |
It was written after the success of Autry' s recording of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" the previous year; Rollins and Nelson shipped the new song to Autry, who recorded "Frosty" in search of another seasonal hit. Like "Rudolph", "Frosty" was subsequently adapted to other media including a popular television special. The song was originally titled "Frosty the Snow Man". The song is about a snowman who came to life by some magical hat some children found;Jeremy brought him back to life and he then had playful adventures before he "hurried on his way. " These included games, sports, and other jolly things. Near the end of their adventures together, the children are saddened by Frosty having to hurry on his way for the last time. However, Frosty reassures them by exclaiming, "I' ll be back again some day. " High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! "Frosty the Snowman" is a popular song written by Walter "Jack" Rollins and Steve Nelson, and first recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys in 1950.
|The Snowman Vintage Nesbo J. |
A young boy wakes to find his mother missing.
|My Snowman Activity Sticker Book Bloomsbury Publishing |
Every book includes enchanting, bright and beautiful illustrations which children and parents will find very hard to resist.
|This Little Snowman Touch&Feel Ladybird |
Toddlers and young children will love interacting with the festive touch-and-feel snowmen in this sturdy board book.
|The Snowman and the Snowdog. Finger Puppet Book Puffin Briggs R. |
When he comes to life, the Snowdog runs, plays and flies into the air with Billy and the Snowman.
|The Snowman: The Book of the Film (+ Audio CD) Puffin |
Other books by Raymond Briggs: "The Snowman"; "The Snowman Buggy Book"; "The Snowman Sound Book"; "The Elephant and the Bad Baby"; "Father Christmas"; "Fungus the Bogeyman";
|Horrid Henry and the Abominable Snowman Horrid Henry Early Reader Hodder&Stoughton Simon F. |
Horrid Henry creates a monster snowman; writes his own will (but is more interested in what others should be leaving him); competes with Moody Margaret in the makeover business; and finagles his way out of a detention.
|The Master Jewelers Thames&Hudson Snowman K. |
Castellani, for example, is known for his nostalgic glances back at Etruscan gold work. Fabergé emphasized originality of design and the quality of craftsmanship rather than the intrinsic value of the materials used. Lalique was fascinated by the strange forms he adapted from nature. And the searching, critical eye of a Cartier or a Boucheron could lend chic to their beloved abstract patterns. The magnificent illustrations offer faithful representations of extraordinary confections of gold, silver and platinum, gems cut and polished in every conceivable fashion, and enamels, translucent, opaque, or as clear as stained glass windows – all designed and made to enhance the charm and allure of the people fortunate enough to wear them. In fifteen chapters written by leading experts in the field, the world of fine jewelry, including its social, aesthetic and business aspects from around 1850 to our own day is brought vividly to life. As a result, the celebrated designers whose work is featured in this book can be instantly identified. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, the master jewelers of the Western world began to emerge as individual voices, each with a unique and recognizable accent.