Seeing as how our last library class was interrupted by a snowstorm, it seemed only fitting to read a winter book with Mrs. Proudman's class.
The book that we read was very special. Snowflakes Fall is a story written by Patricia MacLachlan and illustrated by Steven Kellogg. Pioneer is even lucky enough to have an autographed copy of the book!
Snowflakes Fall is a wonderful written and beautifully illustrated book about the tragedy at Sandy Hook. One of the main themes of the book is that everything is unique, from people to snowflakes.
After having a discussion about our own uniqueness, we decided to put the snowflake theory to the test by creating our own paper snowflakes. Would all of our snowflakes be unique?
As it turns out, all of the snowflakes created by Mrs. Proudman's students were unique - just like all of us!