Here is another Christmas-oriented book review!
Publication Date: September 15, 2005
Themes: Family, Christmas, Joy, Happiness
What do snowmen and snow-women do during Christmas time? They celebrate, of course! There’s ice treats, singing, dancing, Snow Santa, and all kinds of fun when people go to sleep.
Such an adorable and fun Christmas-based book! One of favorite aspects was the illustrations. They were beautifully done in a way that young children will adore.
When reading about this mysterious and magical story, I actually found myself chuckling at the snow-based treats and the snow-made presents from Snow Santa.
The only issue I can see with this book is that it has a very specific audience. It’s for people who celebrate Christmas rather than other holidays. This is especially prevalent when the snow people sing and mention, “And the birth of a King”. This, I have to think, must mean baby Jesus. Since not everyone shares the same beliefs, this book may exclude certain families.
Aside from that point, I feel many toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy this cute rhyming story!
I would recommend this to adults to read with their toddlers and preschool-aged children during Christmas time.
Was this a book of my choosing or one for review?
58 out of 50 books of my choosing for 2018!