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Small Walt

Elizabeth Verdick

Small Walt

by Elizabeth Verdick

  • 400 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Snowplows,
  • Stories in rhyme,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Fiction,
  • Size

  • About the Edition

    Small Walt is the smallest snow plow in the fleet and he always gets picked last, but when there is a big snowstorm in the city, he will have the chance to prove his worth.

    Edition Notes

    StatementElizabeth Verdick ; illustrated by Marc Rosenthal
    ContributionsRosenthal, Marc, 1949- illustrator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ8.3.V712639 Sm 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26933186M
    ISBN 101481448455
    ISBN 109781481448451
    LC Control Number2015000065
    OCLC/WorldCa904144188

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    Elizabeth Verdick has written more than thirty books for toddlers to teens. She collaborated with Marc Rosenthal on Small Walt, which Kirkus Reviews called “reminiscent of Virginia Burton’s classics” in a starred review; and its sequel, Small Walt and Mo the is also the author of Bike & Trike, illustrated by Brian is a graduate of the Hamline University MFA program and Released on: Octo Fans of Small Walt () will not be disappointed. Along with a new, simple-but-satisfying plot, a few new characters, and new, whimsical motor noises, the text includes the winning refrain readers will recall from their earlier encounter with the team: “We’re Gus and Walt. / We plow and we salt. / We clear the snow / so the cars can go!”.

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Small Walt by Elizabeth Verdick Download PDF EPUB FB2

A heroic snowplow braves a blizzard in SMALL WALT, a picture book about persistence that brings to mind the Little Engine That Could. In Elizabeth Verdick’s lively telling and Marc Rosenthal’s subtly retro pictures, Walt is a mall red snowplow in a row of powerful yellow monsters/5(27).

Although Small Walt has a striking resemblance, it was written by another author. The tale itself is familiar, a sort of David meets Goliath in snowplow form. But the illustrations are pleasing, harkening well of winter and, above all, since my beloved father's name is Walt, I'm predestined towards partiality for this little picture book/5.

Small Walt is a delight to read aloud. Sounds are everywhere from an engine starting up to the spreader scattering salt and the radio warning “citywide blizzard.” The prose just rolls off the tongue. This book is fun for the reader and the listener who likely won’t be able to resist joining in and reciting Walt’s motto/5(37).

Product details File Size: KB Print Length: 40 pages Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books (Octo ) Publication Date: Octo Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc Language: English ASIN: B06ZXWGVDG Text-to-Speech: Not enabled X /5(37).

Small Walt About The Author. Elizabeth Verdick has written more than thirty books for toddlers to Small Walt book. She collaborated with Marc About The Illustrator.

Marc Rosenthal is the New York Times bestselling illustrator of many books for children, Raves and Reviews. The smallest in a fleet of Released on: Octo   Small Walt. “It’s a perfect book for revving up small helpers to pitch in with the shoveling.”—The Wall Street Journal “Charming and endearing.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) “The grit of The Little Engine that Could, the nostalgic illustrations of Katy and the Big Snow, and a.

Product details Age Range: 4 - 8 years Grade Level: Preschool - 3 Lexile Measure: L (What's this?) Hardcover: 40 pages Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books (Octo ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 9 /5(10).

This is a book that will make small truck fans hearts' beat faster. Small Walt and his driver Gus are more than ready when the big snow storm hits. Plowing and salting the streets is fun, especially when it allows the other people in town to get around. That is, until a car veers off from a forest road and lands in a drift/5.

Small Walt – About Time There Was A Book About Us Again December 12th, Snow fighters get too little attention, so we were pleased to see a recent book written dedicated to the hard-working folks that keep the streets and walkways safe.

Donald and the Big Cheese: An Adventure in The Netherlands. by Walt Disney Company. 50 Ratings 5 Reviews published 3 editions. Buy this book After a blizzard hits, it looks as though Walt, “the smallest snowplow in the fleet,” will be left behind in the parking lot, unable to keep up with bigger plows.

Then along comes. / I plow and I salt” is a droll, easily remembered couplet that assumes additions and variations throughout. At the climax, the intrepid team ascends a steep hill—defying the intimidating plow Big Buck—and the expected end is magnified with a special treat from Gus to Walt.

Charming and endearing: “ChuggaMmmm-hmmm!” (Picture book. Elizabeth Verdick has written more than thirty books for toddlers to teens.

She collaborated with Marc Rosenthal on Small Walt, which Kirkus Reviews called “reminiscent of Virginia Burton’s classics” in a starred review; and its sequel, Small Walt and Mo the Tow. She is also the author of Bike & Trike, illustrated by Brian ed on: Septem   Book Overview A tiny snowplow determined to prove his worth battles a blizzard in this supremely charming story in the tradition of Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel and The Little Engine that Could.

My name is Walt, I plow and I salt. They say I'm small, but I'll show them all. Small Walt is a delight to read aloud. Sounds are everywhere from an engine starting up to the spreader scattering salt and the radio warning “citywide blizzard.” The prose just rolls off the tongue.

This book is fun for the reader and the listener who likely won’t be able to resist joining in and reciting Walt’s motto/5. Small Walt and his driver, Gus, take on a blizzard. All the bigger snowplows doubt that Walt has what it takes to plow the roads in the storm, but Walt is determined to prove them wrong.

Brimming with onomatopoeia and Walt’s affirming chants, this sweet picture book shows that when it comes to strength, size doesn’t matter. While the first "Small Walt" book basically functioned as a "Little Engine that Could" clone, this new story does a lot to build on the first and features some great lessons that can be applied in other ways for classes.

When Walt doesn't have the tools to save a car stuck in a ditch, he learns to rely on a new friend who can help. a Reads Small Walt and Mo the Tow. Story by Elizabeth Verdick. Pictures by Marc Rosenthal Please Subcribe, Like, Comment & Share.

Elizabeth Verdick has written more than thirty books for toddlers to teens. She collaborated with Marc Rosenthal on Small Walt, which Kirkus Reviews called “reminiscent of Virginia Burton’s classics” in a starred review; and its sequel, Small Walt and Mo the is also the author of Bike & Trike, illustrated by Brian is a graduate of the Hamline University MFA program and.

Disclaimer: Trix Bruce does not hold the copyright to this book. Trix translates the story to American Sign Language (ASL). Enjoy book. Trix December. A heroic snowplow braves a blizzard in SMALL WALT, a picture book about persistence that brings to mind the Little Engine That Could.

In Elizabeth Verdick's lively telling and Marc Rosenthal's subtly retro pictures, Walt is a mall red snowplow in a row of powerful yellow monsters.

Small Walt befriends a tow truck when he comes across a car in need of help in this irresistible companion to Small Walt, which Kirkus Reviews called “charming and endearing” in a starred review. We’re Gus and Walt We plow and we salt We clear the snow so the Cars can go! A bitter blizzard.

A snowbound town. Small Walt and Mo the Tow is the sequel to the book Small Walt, which was a delight. This new title has a simple plot–a “bitter blizzard” has come so Gus (the driver) and Walt are off to clear the roads with “a big load of ice- melting salt.”.