Review: The Little Snowplow by Lora Koehler

Illustrated by Jake Parker

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Category: Children’s Book Ages 3-5

Published: 2015

Read: 2016

Score: 5/5

SynopsisOn the Mighty Mountain Road Crew, the trucks come in one size: BIG. That is, until the little snowplow joins the crew. None of the other trucks think that the little snowplow can handle the big storms, but he knows that he can do it—and just to be sure, he trains hard, pushing loads of gravel, pulling blocks of concrete, and doing plow lifts to get ready. But when a blizzard arrives, will the little snowplow’s training be enough to clear the streets and handle unexpected trouble?

Review: This is a super cute and great book for any child to read. I would suggest maybe the older ones instead of the little ones because there is a lot of words for a kid to sit through. The one thing I love is even though it’s about a snow plow it’s great for both boys and girls.

You have this little snow plow that all the other big trucks don’t think will be able to handle the winter. They must live in Canada. So in the spirit of The Little Engine that Could this has that great theme of no matter how bit you are if you think you can and prepare for it you really can! download

The illustrations are beautiful and engaging. You can see the emotions on the plow with each page and part of the story. It’s a beautiful thing. The story moves along and it has a good plot line and because it being adorable that is why I love this book for both myself and kids.

I was lucky enough to receive this book as book mail  at my work and am super happy to be able to have it in my son’s library.

 

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