Snobbity the Snowman by Maria Bardyukova & Quiet Riley Jr. #Review #ChildrensBook #PictureBook

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Well there’s a first for everything and here is my first picture book.

Obviously not the first time reading one, I read multiple books to my daughter daily. But this is the first time I’ve reviewed one so let’s hope I don’t botch it up too badly lol.

Snobbity the Snowman (Release Date: October 2017)

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.

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My Thoughts…

This is an adorable book depicting a Scrooge-like snowman whose sense of entitlement means he takes everything and everyone for granted. His bloated ego and up-turned carrot nose is use to the finer things and once he loses these things, he starts to realize maybe there are more important issues to consider.

The illustrations are vibrant and colourful and the cover is just fabulous. I’ve no doubt that children everywhere would enjoy this book, including my own.

The message is timeless and important, and not just during the holidays season but all year round. It reminds us all that there will always be those who aren’t as fortunate and that it is always better to give than to receive. Likewise we should appreciate what, and more importantly, who we already have in our lives.

Rating… A

Available on Smashwords and Amazon

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