The Snowman Project

Bringing family and friends together during a time of global crisis began with the Family Christmas Activity Jar. One special activity of the gift of time grew into a worldwide sharing of snowmen, bringing people together. This beautifully illustrated children’s book is a treasure for the whole family!

Southern California Book Festival Honorable Mention Best Children’s Book

New England Book Festival Honorable Mention Best Nonfiction

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Southern California Book Festival Honorable Mention Best Children’s Book

New England Book Festival Honorable Mention Best Nonfiction

For The Kids!

This story developed during the 2020 Pandemic from the creative mind of RealtorTM Angie Dixon. Bringing family and friends together during a time of global crisis began with the Family Christmas Activity Jar. She realized now, more than ever, that TIME is the most precious gift you can give. Each person began to think about an activity they wanted to place in the jar.

One special activity of the gift of time grew into a worldwide sharing of snowmen, bringing people together. This beautifully illustrated children’s book is a treasure for the whole family!

100% of the profits of this project will be made available to help families with children struggling with loneliness and depression get the counseling they need. In addition, excess funds will provide scholarships for students wishing to pursue a career in counseling, particularly focusing on pediatrics and families.

Please visit TheSnowmanProject.org for more information.

 

What People Say

“Angie encourages children to seek friends and be good friends to others. A sweet and positive message for young children building friendships.”

Justin Davis, Former Representative of the Gaston County Board of Education

 

“A beautiful reminder of how important our relationships are and that we must take time to enjoy the little things together.”

Molly Mitchell Spearman, American educator, politician, and South Carolina Superintendent of Education 2015-2023

 

“While I support technology as an educational tool, books are timeless, universal, and not easily replaced. As a retired educator, I have observed the crucial need for young children to learn how to build relationships. In this book, Angie has blended the art and joy of building a snowman with the art and joy of building friendships. She has created another promising tool for learning!”

Mary Helen Allen, retired teacher/administrator

 

“Angie Dixon delights readers, young and old, with creative ways to build relationships with friends near and far that celebrate the uniqueness of each individual through the simple act of building a snowman.”

Sarah Koh, Director at Life Together Korea; Former Professor at 숭실대학교(Soongsil University) and Former ESL Program Coordinator at World Relief Corporation, Carol Stream, Illinois

 

“God, our Maker, creates, fearfully forms, and intimately knows every person before they are born. Each person is made with a unique purpose and an incomparable love. My precious sister and friend, Angie, reminds us through the beauty of a snowman how valuable we each are and how precious time truly is. We only receive the gift of today once. What we do with our time today matters for all of eternity. The Snowman Project creatively encourages readers of all ages to make the most of every opportunity, graciously welcome other image bearers into the community, and generously over love to those around them.”

Courtney McKowen, Director of Community Outreach & Orphan Care – First ARP Church Gastonia, NC

Cover

Hardcover

Author

Angie Dixon

ISBN

9781958914236

Other Details

Illustrated by Jan Philpot

Pages

32

Size

7 x 10

Year Published

2023

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About the Author

Angie Dixon is a RealtorTM by profession, and the Snowman Project story came to life following the 2020 Pandemic, when many people, especially children, became lonely due to the circumstances surrounding the crisis. Angie’s college-aged twin boys, Hunter and Tyler, were also affected, as well as friends and family members. As the restrictions began to shift, so did Angie’s perspective on how to spend time together, and a realignment of priorities started to form. Angie began to think of more meaningful ways to share family time, and thus to the birth of The Snowman Project. We all hope you enjoy sharing this story with others and sincerely appreciate your contribution to the betterment of families, children, and communities. She lives in North Carolina with her husband.