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My Book Tie-Ins of the Week:
After all the time outside, I made snowflake quesadilla for us to share. It was so easy to cut out a tortilla and warm it on the stove along with a second one in a frying pan with olive oil. Once both tortillas were browned I placed turkey and cheese between the tortillas.
I am also linking this to Feed Me Books Friday.
Snow by Cynthia Rylant describes snow this way it comes softly in the night like a quiet friend" or falls so "heavy [it buries] cars up to their noses. The story describes all types of snow and shares a grandmother and her granddaugther enjoying the snow by sledding, making snow angels and more.
I love the illustrations by Lauren Stringer are filled with joy and paint beautiful images that fit perfect with Cynthia Rylant's words.
JDaniel used his chopsticks to give snowballs a haircut.
He went on to shovel the snow.
JDaniel and the next door neighbor Nathan dusted off all the lawn furniture and railings on the deck.