Gnome from Nome by Stephen Cosgrove, Robin James
  

Synopsis

Gnome from Nome by Stephen Cosgrove, Robin James

In the bitter cold of the North Pole lived a lonely little gnome called Alappuu. Worse than being lonely was that he was cold from the inside out. He could warm his fingers, warm his toes, but never could he get his frozen heart to glow. In desperation he packed everything he owned and traveled south to the little town of Nome, Alaska, in search of the answer to his frozen dilemma. Joined by a delightful otter, the two soon discover the heart-warming secret now to be shared by all. The story, wrapped in gentle historic fact, will warm the hearts of young and old alike.

About the Author

Stephen Cosgrove started Serendipity Books in 1974 with the publication of Wheedle on the Needle. He is the author of more than 300 children's books and 25 young-adult fantasy novels. Born and raised in Washington State, he now lives in Austin, Texas, where he continues his writing career. The author lives in Austin, TX.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Stephen Cosgrove, Robin James
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Publisher

Sasquatch Books

Publication date

27th December 2012

ISBN

9781570617775


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