Alice doesn't need a weather forecast to tell if it's going to snow. She can feel it in her toes and elbows and nose. Each time she feels a twitch or a tingle, she warns her neighbors. "There's snow coming," she tells Etta and Gretta Grillo. "I can feel it in my toe!" Like Alice's other neighbors, the Grillo sisters laugh and ignore her warning. But sure enough, the snow falls and catches everyone by surprise--everyone that is except Alice, who has loaded in her supplies. But now she feels a big snowstorm coming. And still her neighbors ignore her warnings. What will Alice do? The weather in Nancy Cote's adorable story may be chilly, but its heroine has a big, warm heart. Young readers will enjoy visiting with Alice and her friends, in weather snowy or clear.
Nancy Cote is the illustrator of thirteen picture books and has authored three of them. She lives in Somerset, Massachusetts.
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