The Snowy Day

 

Video Transcript

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- The Snowy Day, written by Ezra Jack Keats.

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- Peter woke up and was surprised to see so much snow.

Wow!

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- After breakfast, he put his snowsuit on and ran outside.

It had snowed all night.

The snow was piled up very high to make a path for walking.

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- He looked around, and his jaw dropped.

Crunch, crunch, crunch.

He walked in the snow.

His toes pointed out.

Then his toes pointed in.

He turned to see his tracks.

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- Then he dragged his feet, making tracks.

He made a third track with a stick.

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- The snow covered the tree.

Peter smacked it with a stick, and the snow fell on his head.

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- Plop.

He wiped off the snow and kept walking.

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He watched two bigger boys throwing snowballs.

"I'm too small to play."

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- Peter made a snowman out of the snow and snow angels.

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- He climbed the mountain of snow and slid all the way down.

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He made a big snowball and put it in his pocket to save it for tomorrow.

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- Peter told his mother all about his adventures.

She listened.

His socks were really wet.

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- He sat in the bathroom and thought and thought and thought all about his adventures.

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- He looked in his pocket, but the snowball was gone.

He was very sad.

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- While he slept, he drempt the sun melted all the snow away.

In the morning when he woke up, there was still snow.

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- He called his friend over, and they walked together into the deep snow.

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