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February 09, 2010


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Thanks for the tip! I'm trying to build up a good library of children's books for our soon-to-arrive little guy! I'll add this one to the list.


I LOVED this book as a child. It's simply glorious!


Thanks for the reminder - I'm off to dig out our copy. Luckily it's not outside under the 3 ft of snow :)


I used to read that book to my oldest. We lived in CA and she had never seen snow. Now that we are in TN she want a snowday so we flushed ice cubes. She got three days off. She loved it.


My kids and I really enjoyed this one when they were little. Loved the story and the artwork.


this is one of my all time favorites :-) I read it to my students every year, they love to hear Peter's adventures!


I agree, this book is the equivelent of cozy flannel pajamas on a snowy day!!

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this is one of my favorites too! oh i just love reading this. thanks :D

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