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Vampirina in the Snow-Book Showcase

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Snow isn’t here yet in Michigan, but it’s coming and Ann Marie Pace is getting everyone prepared for wintery fun in her new book Vampirina in the SnowJoin Vampirina and her clan as they are preparing for a monster (hehe) storm and gearing up for phenomenal fun!  Who doesn’t love catching snowflakes on their tongue, making a snowman, ballet snow angels, sledding, skating and much much more, but in Vampirina style.

Vampirina in the Snow can be purchased at Amazon or Barnes & Nobles or anywhere children’s books are sold.  Great hardcover picture book (for ages 2-5 preschool – kindergarten) to anticipate Halloween or snowy weather….soon.

More about the Authors

Anne Marie Pace is also the author of Vampirina Ballerina, Vampirina Ballerina Hosts a Sleepover, Vampirina at the Beach, and GroundHug Day, as well as several other picture books.  She lives with her family in Charlottesville, Virginia, where it snows rarely enough that it never loses its wonder.  Visit to learn more.

LeUyen Pham first touched snow when she was nine years old.  Since then, she has tried skiing once, snowboarding twice and can now manage to stand still on ice skates.  She’s much better at making books, such as the New York Times best-selling Grace for President by Kelly DiPucchio and The Princess in Black by Shannon and Dean Hale, as well as her own Big Sister, Little Sister and The Bear Who Wasn’t There.  She lives in sunny California with her husband and two young snowball-throwing sons.  Visit to learn more.

Cynthia Tait

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