Slush Mountain by Bjorn Rune LieSlush Mountain by Bjorn Rune Lie

Slush Mountain

byBjorn Rune Lie

Picture Books | February 19, 2016

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Slush Mountainis a funny, loving, and irreverent tribute to winter cabin and ski culture, from hot chocolate and snowmen to daredevil show-offs and silly fashion choices. The grand illustrations follow a day in the life of the various quirky creatures who live in a remote mountain village-we witness Bruce "the Spruce" Crampon ski jumping off the roof of Lone Wolf Cabin, the ski patrol dealing with a reckless speed demon on the Goose Bump Glacier mogul run, old "Snow-Blind" Jefferson ice fishing out on Frostbite Fish Pond, and many more. Pull on your long johns and mittens for a jam-packed day on Slush Mountain!
Bjorn Rune Lie is an award-winning Norwegian illustrator who now lives and works in Bristol, England. He has written and illustrated three Norwegian children's books, including Slush Mountain, which was originally published as Slapsefjell in Norway (Magikon). His images have appeared on milk cartons, magazine covers, text books and alb...
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Title:Slush MountainFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:56 pages, 11.5 × 8.25 × 0.98 inPublished:February 19, 2016Publisher:Simply Read BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:192701882X

ISBN - 13:9781927018828

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"It's a clear, crisp morning on Slush Mountain. There's not a cloud in the sky and the newly-fallen snow shines in the sunlight. At Wanderlust Lodge, the temperature is four below, and the skiing conditions are second to none.The cross-country trails are already crawling with rosy-cheeked skiers. With backpacks full of oranges and chocolate chip cookies, they're slogging up the mountainside at full speed.Others prefer to go off-trail, away from the crowds and long line-ups. The insufferable show-off Bruce "the Spruce" Crampon is ski-jumping off a cabin roof with such gusto that his ski pants flap wildly in the wind."