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The Tallest Snowman
This title covers these subjects: Measuring instruments., Weights and measures., Measurement., Snowmen.
The Tallest Snowman
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The Tallest Snowman

by Marcie Aboff
Illustrated by Sara Gray

Dan and Sue are sure they can build a snowman taller than a tree - even if John and Zack don’t believe them. Rulers, yardsticks, and tape measures are useful tools for Dan and Sue, but will the snowman measure up?

Reading LevelGrades K-2
Interest LevelGrades K-2
Lexile Level490L
AR Points2.7
AR Quiz #116666
PublisherPicture Window Books
Page Count32
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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The Lorgnette - Heart of Texas Reviews - Melissa Johnson

"During many days of winter snow, Sue and Dan try to build the tallest snowman--as big as a tree. They measure the snow and their new snowman each day with a ruler. Even when a neighborhood boy, John, discourages them, they persevere to build the tallest snowman as big as a tree. This addition to the Read-it! Readers math series blends a story of perseverance with math skills that is unique. Aboff’s characters and plot should resonate with beginning readers, who may not even know they are learning math. This is highly recommended for all libraries. (Read-it! Readers Math.). Nonfiction, Highly Recommended." - The Lorgnette - Heart of Texas Reviews

January 1, 2008

Marcie Aboff

Marcie Aboff

Marcie Aboff is the author of picture books, early readers, chapter books, and magazine stories. She also used to work as a feature writer for a daily newspaper in Escondido, California, and as a catalog copywriter for an advertising firm in New York City. She’s written more than 20 titles for Picture Window Books. Marcie loves visiting schools to talk to students about being an author, as well as helping them develop their own writing potential. When she’s not writing or visiting schools, Marcie likes to play tennis, listen to music, see really good movies, travel, and eat as much chocolate as she can. Marcie resides in Edison, New Jersey, with her two sons and one daughter. Their cat, Sneakers, also resides in the home, although he sometimes is under the impression he is the sole proprietor. Please visit Marcie’s website ( to learn more about her books.

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