Friday, November 17, 2017

Snow Comes In The Night | The Snowbear by Sean Taylor


Title: The Snowbear
By: Sean Taylor
Genre: Picture Book
Pages: 32
Release Date: October 3rd, 2017
Publisher: words & pictures

Summary from Goodreads: Snow comes in the night, and Iggy and Martina make a snowbear. But then a sledge ridge takes them deep into the woods. How will they get back home again? 

The Snowbear is a spellbinding story about the magic of snow and the power of a child's imagination. With a simple text and beautiful illustrations, it will be read again and again. Themes of friendship,
loyalty, and bravery make it a great choice for story time, as a bedtime read or on car trips. Children will love the crisp, wintry setting brought to life by Claire Alexander’s art.


Review: Since I have a four year old, I love to pick up a picture book every once and a while to review. Usually, my son and I will sit down and read the book together, this way I can get a true review on how kids will love it as well as how much moms love it, and we all know that if mom doesn't like it, she won't read it again.

My son seemed to listen to the story ok, but he didn't ask me to read it again like he usually does with books he is interested in. 

My take on the story was kind of lackluster. I thought the pictures were great and the concept was awesome, but the way the story was written didn't really vibe with me. I think I'm going to have to give this book a solid three stars. 


Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.


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