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Ice Floes and Frost

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Frosty is a Stupid Name
Troy Wilson
Illustrations: Dean Griffiths
Victoria, British Columbia: Orca Book Publishers, 2005. 32 p.
ISBN 1551433826
Ages 4 to 8

"Frosty is a stupid name," mutters Jenny Fry. After all, her snowman is super talented and deserves a great name, like Bartholomew Hatley Fry. In her mind, the two travel to the Unicorn Planet where they ride unicorns, dance with the King and Queen and feast on sweets. Jenny has loads of fun, but wonders if Bartholomew sees what she sees.

This picture book is the second collaboration of author Troy Wilson and illustrator Dean Griffiths. The first, Perfect Man, was nominated for a Blue Spruce Award in 2005.


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