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Kids Fiction
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5.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
5.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
5.0

Cute Read for Toddlers

IN THE SNOW features a little girl and her dog doing typical snow activities like drawing pictures with a stick, making a snowman, making a snow angel, and sliding on a sled. It also has a rhyming scheme that makes it fun to read.

The pictures are well-illustrated and my daughter loves this book. We don't have much snow in the south so I was surprised that she took to it so quickly. I can't even tell you how many times she's brought it to me to read to her. The pictures are eye-catching and adorable which draws a child's attention.


Final Verdict: This is an adorable board book that's full of winter-y fun! I would recommend this to those who like to read books that rhyme and who enjoy a simple read. It's perfect for children aged 2 and up. My daughter's only eighteen months and still loved it.

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