This display includes 6 copies of Dashing Through the Snow: A Canadian Jingle Bells.
Porcupine and his Canadian friends are back in this companion to the #1 National Bestseller A Porcupine in a Pine Tree!
When Sasquatch upsets Santa's sleigh, everyone gets the wrong presents. But that doesn't stop them from having a great time!
Join in the merriment and mayhem as a wild (and familiar) cast of Canadian characters take over the Christmas holidays once again.
With the same jolly rhymes and infectious energy that made A Porcupine in a Pine Tree an instant classic, this Canadian twist on "Jingle Bells" is the must-have, must-give book for the holidays.
HELAINE BECKER has written many laugh-out-loud funny books for children, including the bestselling A Porcupine in a Pine Tree, Ode to Underwear, The Haunted House That Jack Built, and The Hilarious History of Hockey. She is extremely active in the world of children's literature, in addition to being a swimmer, cyclist, runner and read-a-holic. Helaine lives in Toronto, Ontario. Her website is www.helainebecker.com.
WERNER ZIMMERMANN is an author, illustrator, and teacher whose works include the bestselling A Porcupine in a Pine Tree; Snow Day!; Listen, Said the Donkey; Pippin the Christmas Pig; and the Farmer Joe series. He has been nominated twice for the Governor General's Award. Werner lives in Guelph, Ontario. His website is www.wernerzimmermann.ca.
Praise for A Porcupine in a Pine Tree:
Winner, CBA Libris Picture Book of the Year
A Globe and Mail Bestseller
A CBC Bestseller
A Quill & Quire Bestseller
A CBA Bestseller
"It's virtually impossible to resist singing along." -Quill & Quire
"A super-serving of Canadiana in perfect time for the holidays . . . quite irresistible." -CM: Canadian Review of Materials
"It's not easy to put a new spin on a holiday classic . . . Bravo to a talented pair for a book that is sheer fun." -Canadian Children's Book News
"The clearly Canadian lyrics are perfectly complimented by the fun and dynamic illustrations . . . Don't be surprised if the quirky text takes over for the old classic tune." -CBC Parents