THE SNOWPLOW THAT TRIED TO GO SOUTH by George Walters
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THE SNOWPLOW THAT TRIED TO GO SOUTH

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As enticing as the title, this story about the clanking, grinding monster that spits snow and makes snow castles for children should delight the snowsuit crowd. Sam the snowplow wanted to go south with the geese, but somehow he headed in the wrong direction where the snow was deeper and deeper. But the children were glad to see him, and he was having a fine time until he found himself in trouble with the police, and working very hard. He was only too glad to be driven home again. John Resko has given Sam unusually expressive eyebrows in the snowy two-color and black and white pictures.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1950
Publisher: Aladdin