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Interest Level:
3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent:
4.3
Lexile® measure:
700L
Book Type:
Early Chapter Book
Genre/Theme:
Comedy and Humor
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Changes and New Experiences
Cleverness, Creativity and Imagination
Elementary School
About This Book
When a blizzard hits, Hubie knows that doesn't mean a snow day, it means a "no" day — nothing moves, nothing happens. After spending all afternoon zipping zippers, snapping snaps, and buckling buckles, he's finally ready to explore the winter wonderland. Can Hubie plow through his snow-venture or will he be left out in the cold?
  Miss.Barbara | Jun 1, 2011 |
This is a great story about a snow day. It reminds me of how much fun a snow day is when you don't have school! ( )
  johnred | Dec 12, 2010 |
Laugh out loud story.
  AndrewSorrelli | Dec 12, 2010 |
lIKED THE BOOK ! It was funny. ( )
  trackerjsa | Nov 16, 2009 |
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Critique: This is a good example of realistic fiction because of how the experiences that Hubie has on his snow day are the same as so many other kids. The events, like the snow ball fight and the hot chocolate and ghost stories, are all realistic. ( )
  jhill06 | Apr 2, 2008 |
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When a blizzard hits, Hubie knows that doesn't mean a snow day, it means a no day -- nothing moves, nothing happens. After spending all afternoon zipping zippers, snapping snaps, and buckling buckles, he's finally ready to explore the winter wonderland. Can Hubie plow through his snow-venture or will he be left out in the cold?
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When a blizzard hits, Hubie knows that doesn't mean a snow day, it means a no day -- nothing moves, nothing happens. After spending all afternoon zipping zippers, snapping snaps, and buckling buckles, he's finally ready to explore the winter wonderland. Can Hubie plow through his snow-venture or will he be left out in the cold?

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After getting so bundled up that he can hardly move, Hubie tries to enjoy his snow day off from school.

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