Gentle, whimsical humor. --School Library Journal (starred review) These endearing characters shine in this gentle and reflective read. --Kirkus Reviews Delicate watercolors capture the delight of a wintry day, and Howe's on-target portrayal of friends who get along despite bumps along the way make this special. --Booklist Read this with a beginning reader before that first beautiful and sometimes frustrating snow day. --Chicago Tribune A good book for a child beginning to read chapter books and has some good ideas for activities for children stuck indoors. --San Antonio ExpressNews Watercolor vignettes of cozy domestic interiors give way to expansive snowy vistas... third entry in a series that calls to mind the enduring friendship between Arnold Lobel's famous Frog and Toad --Washington Post Gentle story...watercolor vignettes...third entry in a series that calls to mind the enduring friendship between Arnold Lobel's famous Frog and Toad. --Washington Post Book World Watercolor illustrations beautifully complement the story's peaceful mood. This book reminds kids and parents alike of the joy to be found in quietly dreaming. --Washington Parent Gender: unisex.