List: Little Cloud Wants Snow

Title of Picture Book: Little Cloud Wants Snow

Author: Gwen Lee

Illustrator: Neal Sharp

Publisher and Country (may be self-published): Marshall Cavendish, Singapore

Publisher’s Blurb: Little Cloud lives in the tropics where it never snows. But when he decides that he wants to make a snowman, Mama Cloud takes him to look for snow. In this sweet, whimsical tale about love, loss and precipitation, Little Cloud finds out that there is something more precious than all the snow in the world.

Theme (Self, Friends, Family, Places, Celebrations, Nature, Technology, etc): self, family, places

5 Keywords (other than themes): mother, water cycle, rainbow, geography, science

Brief Review (in under 50 words): Interesting tale that weaves together the love of a mother for her child, the water cycle, and even famous landmarks of the world.

Where to buy or borrow (if available): National Library Board, Singapore

ISBN Number (if available): 978-981-4398-27-5

Submitted by (could be your preferred name, including pen name): Moses

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List: San’s Home

Title of Picture Book: San’s Home

Author: Chew Chia Shao Wei

Illustrator: Anngee Neo

Publisher and Country (may be self-published): World Scientific Publishing, Singapore

Publisher’s Blurb: San is in her spaceship! Lion is keeping her company. What will they see and do next?

The universe is almost, but not quite, bigger than imagination. Within it, we are sheltered by a place we call ‘home’. For San, home is right here in Singapore, but San is also a child of the universe.

5 Keywords (other than themes): imagination, science, map, galaxy, neighbourhood

Brief Review (in under 50 words): A delightful and simple way to present perspective and a sense of place.

Where to buy or borrow (if available): NLB, Singapore

ISBN Number (if available): 978-981-4699-41-9

Submitted by (could be your preferred name, including pen name): Moses

List: The Forest Fable

Title of Picture Book: The Forest Fable

Author: Gelyn Ong

Illustrator: Gelyn Ong

Publisher and Country (may be self-published): Marshall Cavendish, Singapore

Publisher’s Blurb: In a beautiful rainforest filled with trees of many colours, the animals live happily. One day, a lumberjack arrives. Will he chop down the trees? What will become of the bears, the porcupines and the orang-utans who call the forest home?

In this enchanting fable, 9-year-old artist Gelyn Ong paints a moving portrait of Mother Nature under threat and the importance of conserving the earth’s shared resources.

5 Keywords (other than themes): environment, animals, young writer, science, deforestation

Brief Review (in under 50 words): A charming book by a young artist and illustrator.

Where to buy or borrow (if available): NLB, Singapore

ISBN Number (if available): 978-981-4408-56-1

Submitted by (could be your preferred name, including pen name): Moses