Wednesday, December 21, 2016

A WARM WINTER by Feridun Oral / Book Review

Written & Illustrated by: Feridun Oral 
Published by: Minedition 
Released on: October 1st, 2016
Ages: 3 & up
Rating: 4 Owlets - We Really Enjoyed It
Purchase from: Amazon | B&N
A copy of this book was provided from the publisher in exchange for my honest review

One cold winter morning Little Mouse ventures out in search of enough firewood to heat his nest. But when he tries to drag his pile home, he realizes everything he’s gathered is much too heavy for him. Maybe his friends can help out, but they’d better hurry, because there’s a blizzard on the way. If they can find a way to work together and keep each other safe, maybe they can all have the warm winter they've been hoping for. 

This beautifully illustrated picture book shows the power of friendship, persistence–and a little luck–to make our dreams come true. This is a winter story that will warm your heart.

What's better than kicking off the Winter Solstice than reading a book that has winter, snow, woodland animals, and friendship. A WARM WINTER is about woodland animal friends working together to help Little Mouse get his firewood home. When an excepted snowstorm hits, things don't go as planned. If they continue to work together, they'll stay warm and safe through the blinding snow storm. With it's great illustrations, wonderful message about friendship, this is the perfect story to read on a cold winter's day. 

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