Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - A Flower in the Snow

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Book Review - A Flower in the Snow

About the Book
This winter is the perfect time to cuddle up and share a beautiful tale that celebrates the joys of friendship: A FLOWER IN THE SNOW by Tracey Corderoy and Sophie Allsopp. And we’d love to have you participate in our Countdown to Winter Blog Tour for this winter tale for readers of all ages, A FLOWER IN THE SNOW.

In this truly sweet story, Bear searches the world for a special flower for his best friend, Luna, and she discovers what truly makes her happiest in life is having Bear at her side to share every wonderful moment. The ideal gift book for your loved ones, this gentle tale of Luna and her Bear who learn the true meaning of friendship will warm your heart all winter long.

My Take on the Book

You will read this story and find it a sweet story about the friendship between a little girl and a bear. You may say it is an unlikely friendship but it illustrates that we can find and cherish friendships that are different from what we may expect. The story illustrates a devotion and love to try to please the friend. Isn't that what we do with our human friendships. Don't we often go above and beyond to be there for our friends: to make them happy and to feel loved.

It is a beautiful story of the importance of being a friend and it is the little things we do that means so much to the people we love and who love us back.Remember a simple gesture speaks volumes.
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