Snow Boy

Snow Boy
Co-Authors / Illustrators
  • Glenn Thomas
Publisher Name
Dynamite Entertainment
Age Range
Release Date
October 17, 2023
Snow Boy is the charming story of friendship, community and how a snow person finds a family.


What happens to a snow person after the child who made them goes inside? Are they sad? Are they lonely? Do they miss the child’s friendship? Perhaps they want to keep playing. What if the snow person happens to peek inside? Will they see a happy family gathering for dinner, or reading a bedtime story in front of the fire? Who is a snow person’s family?


Snow Boy answers that question, as our hero, Snow Boy, heads off in search of where he truly belongs. Where is Snow Boy’s family? With the squirrels? No. With the beavers? Nope. With the big brown bears? Certainly not!


Who can Snow Boy snuggle with?


Who will take him in?


How will Snow Boy find his perfect family?


Find out, as the entire forest community bands together to find the perfect solution!

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Adorable Snowman looking for his family
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On a cold winter's eve, a little boy builds his very own snow boy to play with. But at the end of the day, it's time for the little boy to go in and he leaves Snow Boy all alone, left wondering where is his family? He sets off to search for where he belongs and discovers lots of different animals along the way, by doesn't seem to fit in with any of them. His last stop is Papa Bear who knows just how to help him find his family. All the animals come together to help bring Snow Boy's parents to life too.

SNOW BOY is a sweet and endearing story about finding family and help in unlikely places. Kindness goes a long way and if it wasn't for Papa Bear, Snow Boy would still be lonely, searching for his family. The illustrations are bright like wintery snow and are simply adorable. I like how the bear is the one to help and how the other animals join in, each bringing a piece to add to the parents. Family is important and this would make a great snow day read.

Final Verdict: I would recommend this for families of younger children aged four and up to share beside a warm fire on a cold winter day. It's cute and heartwarming and perfect for fans of Frosty the Snowman.
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