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Avi and the Snowy Day

CB Decker

It snowed in Jerusalem! Avi the Ambulance tries to help people who are stuck but what happens when Avi gets stuck too?

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"Need some help, little brother?" Maya asked as she pulled up.
"I'm not so little!" Avi protested. "But yes, we sure do!"

Avi the Ambulance and his medic, Zack, are on the way to help people stuck in the snow, but the snow keeps coming down hard.

Soon, Avi and Zack are stuck too!

Uh, oh. How will they rescue others, when they need a little rescue themselves?

About the Author

Claudia Carlson was the original author of the Avi the Ambulance series. This book is dedicated to her memory.

Ann D. Koffsky is the author and/or illustrator of more than thirty books for children, including Kayla and Kugel and Noah’s Swim-A-Thon. She lives in West Hampstead, New York.

About the Illustrator

CB Decker is the illustrator of numerous children’s books, including Avi the Ambulance Goes to School, Avi the Ambulance to the Rescue!, and Farmer Kobi’s Hanukkah Match.

Reviews for Avi and the Snowy Day

"The third in this charming series—Avi the Ambulance Goes To School and Avi the Ambulance To the Rescue are the first two—continues with the same successful characters...The charming story is followed by a descriptive page telling of the true work of the Magen David Adom, Israel’s ambulance, blood services, and disaster relief organization. A clear and beautifully illustrated layout of all the parts of an ambulance also follows, in addition to a full page of vocabulary explaining medical terms in English and some related Hebrew words.

Illustrations are filled with humor and whimsy, and the grayish tones fit perfectly with the wintry themes. The book is educationally useful in the classroom for units on Israel, winter, Jerusalem, helping, transportation, and vehicles and is highly recommended for preschool, ages 3 to 6."
Jewish Book Council