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Snow Monsters Do Drink Hot Chocolate (The Bailey School Kids Junior Chapter Book, 9) (edition 2009)

by Marcia Thornton Jones (Author)

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"It's snowing...and snowing...and snowing! Will the snow ever stop? Or does that wild snowboarder have something to do with it?"--Cover verso.
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Title:Snow Monsters Do Drink Hot Chocolate (The Bailey School Kids Junior Chapter Book, 9)
Authors:Marcia Thornton Jones (Author)
Info:Scholastic (2009), 64 pages
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Genre: Realistic Fiction because the characters are all realistic, the story is realistic. Though the characters think one man is a snowman (which wouldn't be realistic), they use problem solving skills to realize he is not. Because this is not a true story, it is fiction. ( )
  msequeira06 | Apr 8, 2009 |
This is a great example of a modern fantasy because we know snow monsters don't actually exist. The kids think they meet a snow monster named Harry, but they try to see if he is really a snow monster by giving him hot chocolate. He drank the hot chocolate and began to thaw out, but we really don't know if he was a monster or not. The plot contains rising action throughout most of the book, and it isn't until the end that the climax is reached. The story is left without a definite ending, so the reader has to use their imagination to finish the story.

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