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Based on the beloved song of the same name, this colorfully illustrated version of Frosty the Snow Man, told by Annie North Bedford, is a sure delight for all ages. Who can resist the tale of children enjoying the fun of building Frosty, when suddenly to their astonishment, he comes alive! The children in the neighborhood have never had a better winter of sledding, ice ska Based on the beloved song of the same name, this colorfully illustrated version of Frosty the Snow Man, told by Annie North Bedford, is a sure delight for all ages. Who can resist the tale of children enjoying the fun of building Frosty, when suddenly to their astonishment, he comes alive! The children in the neighborhood have never had a better winter of sledding, ice skating, and building snow houses, until one day, a warm wind blows. What will happen to Frosty? 8 1/2" X 11 3/4".


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Based on the beloved song of the same name, this colorfully illustrated version of Frosty the Snow Man, told by Annie North Bedford, is a sure delight for all ages. Who can resist the tale of children enjoying the fun of building Frosty, when suddenly to their astonishment, he comes alive! The children in the neighborhood have never had a better winter of sledding, ice ska Based on the beloved song of the same name, this colorfully illustrated version of Frosty the Snow Man, told by Annie North Bedford, is a sure delight for all ages. Who can resist the tale of children enjoying the fun of building Frosty, when suddenly to their astonishment, he comes alive! The children in the neighborhood have never had a better winter of sledding, ice skating, and building snow houses, until one day, a warm wind blows. What will happen to Frosty? 8 1/2" X 11 3/4".

30 review for Frosty the Snow Man

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sheri

    This older version of a much loved children’s classic is a fun and wholesome read of winter fantasy and frolic. Imagination and creativity turn an average day into an exciting experience.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Afaf Ammar

    A little girl named Karen helped her friends make a snowman. The children gave the snowman a corncob pipe, a button nose, and two eyes made of coal. Now all the snowman needed was a name. "How about frosty?" , Karen suggested. It was the perfect name! The children laughed and danced and sang around their new friend, Frosty the snowman.‏☃️❄‏❄ a gust of wind blew the hat of their professor Hinkle on top of frosty head. Happy birthday!, Frosty said, opening his eyes and smiling. "It must be the hat" A little girl named Karen helped her friends make a snowman. The children gave the snowman a corncob pipe, a button nose, and two eyes made of coal. Now all the snowman needed was a name. "How about frosty?" , Karen suggested. It was the perfect name! The children laughed and danced and sang around their new friend, Frosty the snowman.‏☃️❄‏❄ a gust of wind blew the hat of their professor Hinkle on top of frosty head. Happy birthday!, Frosty said, opening his eyes and smiling. "It must be the hat". Karen said. "It must be magic." It's a beautiful heartwarming story, the children lived a warm time and nice adventure to the north pole with Frosty the snowman and the magic hat, and I'll never forget the lovely little rabbit Hocus Pocus 💕🐰💕 This lovely story based on the famous song Frosty the snowman, I fell in love with Frosty the snowman ❄☃❄️‏💙❄ 18.01.2021

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

    Based on the song about beloved Frosty.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Ok, Frosty was drawn kinda creepy though...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Seth Pierce

    Classic, my girls and I love reading the each year :)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Frosty The Snow Man, by Annie Bedford, illustrated by Corinne Malvern, published by Golden Press, publication date: 1987. This is a children's fantasy book. All the children are out of school for a snow day. The children form three snow balls to form the body and head of a snow man. They give it the name Frosty the Snow Man. The children give Frosty a button nose, corncob pipe, two coals for eyes, floppy galoshes, a scarf, and red mittens to complete his design. All of a sudden, a gust of wind br Frosty The Snow Man, by Annie Bedford, illustrated by Corinne Malvern, published by Golden Press, publication date: 1987. This is a children's fantasy book. All the children are out of school for a snow day. The children form three snow balls to form the body and head of a snow man. They give it the name Frosty the Snow Man. The children give Frosty a button nose, corncob pipe, two coals for eyes, floppy galoshes, a scarf, and red mittens to complete his design. All of a sudden, a gust of wind brings a top hat onto Frosty's head and he comes to life. After he comes to life, Frosty takes the children and they go sledding, they build a snow house, and they go ice skating. The children are able to stay warm all day because they are with Frosty. As they head into town, Frosty comes around a corner and loses his hat when a gust of wind blows it off of his hat. Frost rushes after the hat and the children get caught in traffic. When the children are finally able to cross the street they ask the policeman where Frosty went. The policeman tells the children that Frosty went where every snowman goes on a sunny day and that he would be back again when the next snow falls.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shayla

    This book is about Frosty the Snowman and how he came to life when some children built him and put a magic hat on his head. Frosty and the children had the most fun days together, they were magical. And one day Frosty disappears, but the children know that he will be back someday. I have never really liked the story of Frosty the Snowman. And this book with its illustrations, were almost creepy. The children looked like normal children, but Frosty looked like a snowman from a horror movie... I wo This book is about Frosty the Snowman and how he came to life when some children built him and put a magic hat on his head. Frosty and the children had the most fun days together, they were magical. And one day Frosty disappears, but the children know that he will be back someday. I have never really liked the story of Frosty the Snowman. And this book with its illustrations, were almost creepy. The children looked like normal children, but Frosty looked like a snowman from a horror movie... I would not use this book with my children. I have never liked the story, and it doesn’t have a good pertinent message to teach.

  8. 5 out of 5

    R.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Adapted from the original song by the same title, this short children's book expounds on the tale of Frosty the Snowman. It's a little different than how it's portrayed in the short kid's film, but they are fairly close given they have the same foundation. The artwork is fun and lively, adding to the draw in for small children. Especially where my daughter got to build her first snowman this year, Frosty was an even bigger hit than usual. Adapted from the original song by the same title, this short children's book expounds on the tale of Frosty the Snowman. It's a little different than how it's portrayed in the short kid's film, but they are fairly close given they have the same foundation. The artwork is fun and lively, adding to the draw in for small children. Especially where my daughter got to build her first snowman this year, Frosty was an even bigger hit than usual.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Beau

    This book is a very good, classic Christmas book. It is a book that you would want to read while surrounded by family and next to a raging fire. It is comforting and happy. I like how this is slightly different from other versions, but then again, there are many other versions that are longer and shorter. I would recommend this book to literally everyone. Unless you are like the Grinch and hate Christmas.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Adapted from the song of the same name, this Little Golden Book tells the story of how Frosty the Snow Man came to life when the children found a magical hat and placed it on his head. Young readers will delight in the charming tale and the colorful pictures. It’s a perfect snowy winter book for parents to snuggle up and share with their children. Recommended.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Janet C-B

    This Little Golden Book was an absolute favorite of mine, growing up in the 1950's. I grew up in New England and it was very exciting waiting for a big snowfall. While waiting, we could always dream about Frosty. This Little Golden Book was an absolute favorite of mine, growing up in the 1950's. I grew up in New England and it was very exciting waiting for a big snowfall. While waiting, we could always dream about Frosty.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Morton

    If you like the tv special you will like the book. This is a book that gets children excited. If you are comfortable singing it would be best to sing the book and hopefully the parents and children join in.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ann Marie

    Great kindergarten - first grade read...this is an older version but the story is the same...the pictures are tight and classic and I feel they serve to get the listeners to focus more on the story where as the newer version I find they focus more on the pictures...it may just be me...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Noelle Walsh

    I loved this book when I was a kid. Even now I enjoy reading this on occasion. It's a sweet kids book about a magical snowman who helps kids have some wintry fun! A great book to read during the winter, especially at Christmas, and it would certainly be enjoyed! I loved this book when I was a kid. Even now I enjoy reading this on occasion. It's a sweet kids book about a magical snowman who helps kids have some wintry fun! A great book to read during the winter, especially at Christmas, and it would certainly be enjoyed!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    What I love about Frosty is he is loveable. You want to walk right up to him and give a hug. He makes you feel at ease and you find yourself laughing along. And, the storyline makes you cry. How silly! A hat that makes you come to life.

  16. 5 out of 5

    WillowRaven

    I read this when I was a child .... had a lot of the Golden Books in my library! This is the classic story of the snowman that came to life, and befriended some of the local children. Heart-warming holiday story about friendship.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tara

    This is the edition that I had as a child. I don't remember seeing it since we moved. I'm going to have to look in our storage for all of these books I keep realizing are "missing". This is the edition that I had as a child. I don't remember seeing it since we moved. I'm going to have to look in our storage for all of these books I keep realizing are "missing".

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    Every Christmas I am excited to see this book as it comes out of the box. It is a great story, with great memories.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Frosty The Snow Man by Annie North Bedford (1951)

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gwyn

    One of my favorite childhood Christmas books.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marita

    Love the 50's illustrations and the little Golden book format from even my childhood in Finland we had little Golden books! Love the 50's illustrations and the little Golden book format from even my childhood in Finland we had little Golden books!

  22. 4 out of 5

    HeavyReader

    My sister and I had this in our (mostly Little Golden Book) library when we were kids. We read it all year long, but it was especially popular at Christmas time. That cover sure brings me back.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Covenant Presbyterian Springfield Ohio

    Call Number: J Hol BED Available.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten (lush.lit.life)

    this version is a nostalgic favorite.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jennybug

    I love this fun vintage book the artwork takes me back to when I was little. After reading the book, it makes me wan to go listen to the song.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    Such a sad tale, I didn't like this as a kid but it is a great story for winter. Such a sad tale, I didn't like this as a kid but it is a great story for winter.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura Elizabeth

    Who doesn’t remember Frosty? As a kid, I had hundreds of Little Golden books, and this was always a fun one!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Beverly

    The pictures have a very retro look of the kind found in basal readers that I read as a first-grader in the early 60s. The words are in story form rather than the lyrics of the famous song.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kaylie Singleton

    I think this is a story for children of all ages. This is a tale that we have heard since we were young. I think this would be a good book to incorporate into a class around Christmastime.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Emerald123

    This book contained very pertaining information on a snowman that comes to life using a magical hat.

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