Stormi's Review: Snobbity Snowman by Maria Bardyukova & Quiet Riley Jr.
APC PUBLISHER: Maria Bardyukova RELEASED: October 1, 2017 GENRE: Childrens, Christmas LENGTH: 34 pages FORMAT: ebook
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Snobbity Snowman has everything a snowman could possibly want: a shiny hat, freshly-picked noses and enough pride to last a lifetime. In fact, he is so selfish and shortsighted that he fails to see the instance his life starts falling apart.
What disasters must take place to open his charcoal eyes? To help him see that pride and possessions cannot bring true happiness? Will he defrost his ego and embrace the warmth of companionship?
Only Snobbity can tell.Depicting winter in rich and whimsical tones, Snobbity Snowman’s quirky characters and unexpected twists promise to leave a lasting impression on all its snobbulous readers. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
I have two little boys; they are 8 and 4, that love to read and be read to. I got this book so that I could read it to them. My oldest son loved it, and my younger son did as well. They laughed at the dog part, they are boys and got emotional when Snobbity was sad. As for me, I thought this was a good book with an excellent lesson to be taught. The words, in my opinion, should be a little less adult and a little more kid-friendly. I mean roiled, riled, and rancorous are all pretty big words for a child to read and understand. This was the main reason I gave this story four stars instead of 5. Other than that I think the story was good. My boys loved the pictures as did I. My oldest said his favorite part was the end when Snobbity was rebuilt and was happy again. So from my opinion and my kids, this was a pretty good book.