Book Sharing Monday: One Snowy Night

ISBN 978-0-00-714693-2
Today's lovely book is One Snowy Night by Nick Butterworth, a story of Percy the Park-keeper and some nocturnal goings-on one cold winter. Just as Percy is getting ready for bed, there is a knock on the door - a freezing squirrel is looking for a place to spend the night. But the squirrel isn't the only animal looking for somewhere warm and cosy to sleep and soon there is no room for Percy! 

There is a lovely resolution to the story and a huge poster at the back of the book with the most beautifully detailed illustration (filled with humour) which My Boy marvelled at for hours, finding all the little details. This is a beautiful book, and an ideal one for snuggly bedtime reading. 

You can get a preview of the book here, narrated by the wonderful Richard Briers.

To see which other books people are sharing today, visit Smiling Like Sunshine Blog.

Happy Reading!


  1. We are great fans of Percy,too! Thanks for linking up to Book Sharing Monday :)

  2. The pictures in this book look fantastic!

  3. Hi Sarah! Thanks for stopping by NurtureStore - great to link up with you. We love this book too (I like doing lots of silly voices for the animals!) Your granny squares are gorgeous :)


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