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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Oh No! Snow! by Michele Seigfried is a delightful story book for kids that teaches them about the winter season and gives them words that have everything to do with snow and the letter 'S'. The two little penguins will take kids on a fun ride with what they are going to do in the snow. They wear their scarves and snow boots and plan on building a snowman and having a snow fight. They walk in snowshoes and catch snowflakes and have a lot of fun. The penguins finally feel the chill and they go back home to have soup and feel warm. The fun they had in the snow still lingers in their minds when they go to bed.
I found the book educational, informative and charming. Kids learn new words and things associated with snow and cold weather. The author has put it beautifully so that kids will find the story exciting. The colorful illustrations are eye-catching and give pace and movement to the story. Kids can easily comprehend what the author is trying to convey through the pictures. The penguins in the story are adorable. The book makes a perfect bedtime story book and parents and grandparents can read it out loud to their kids and grand kids. It will also make a good book for read aloud sessions in classrooms and kids' libraries. Kids' books with a concept and an educational theme is the best way to teach and introduce young readers to new things.