The Snowflake Mistake – Review & Fabulous Fiction Five Contest

There is an Ice Palace high up in the sky. Here is where all the snowflakes are made for the kingdom.

The Queen takes the job of making snowflakes very seriously. Even though her daughter, Princess Ellie, may love the snow, she loves to play with her bird friends even more.

One day the Queen appoints Ellie to watch over the snowflake making machine.

What happens when the kingdom is left snowless and the Princess must up the production?

Find out in The Snowflake Mistake! Where making snowflakes has never been so much fun and adventure!

Created by Lou Treleaven & Maddie Frost, this rhyming picture book is truly a must-have for any child’s library.

Want a chance to win your own copy of The Snowflake Mistake and our other Fabulous Fiction Five? Leave us a comment and you will automatically be entered into our draw on February 10th.

Good Luck!

Do you want to make your own snowflakes? Follow Princess Ellie’s easy, step-by-step instructions!

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Step #1 – Get a square piece of paper (use glitter for an added touch).

Step #2 – Fold the paper in half diagonally.

Step #3 – Fold the paper in half again (across the diagonal).

Step #4 – Fold the paper in thirds – one corner to the back and one to the front.49686437_10215074209021962_5402740757226323968_n

Step #5 – Trim the extra piece of paper off the end of your small triangle.

Step #6 – Cut lots of shapes around your triangle.

Step #7 – Open it up and you have a snowflake!

Repeat the process using a new piece of paper and different cuts!

 

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