If you have ever needed encouragement from friends to begin a major project, you will relate to the main character. If you are a parent, you will understand the importance of support and invitation to try something new.
Snowman Jacks wants to explore and have fun, but he does not believe he can run. Because Jacks does not believe in himself, he is afraid to try, even though a friend encourages him repeatedly. Jacks's desire grows stronger and stronger until he decides to move.
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About the Author
Margaret Smolik is a professional copyeditor and author. Her poetry has been published in Lyrical Iowa, and her memoir, Like a Haystack, is an interesting account of her family's experiences as refugees in Europe during WWII. She earned BS and MS degrees from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, and taught secondary-level English and writing and college-level composition. She and her husband raised four children. Currently living in Osage, Iowa, she is an active member of her community and local writers' club.