Children’s Book Review: The Snowman’s Revenge by Mark Smythe

The Snowman's Revenge

There are no better Winter Days than the ones where the weather is too bad to go to school.  The Snowman’s Revenge takes place on one of these such days.

The children build a Snowman and then go into the warm house to drink hot chocolate whilst the snowman is left in the cold.  This makes the Snowman so mad that he vows to get into the house to give the children a fright!  The house was too hot so the Snowman stayed in the freezer and waited for night to fall.

Picture of snowman

Unfortunately, the Snowman’s plans did not go as he would have liked and the children were left safe and cosy in their beds.

This book makes a good Christmas present for a younger children who will appreciate the wonderful rhyme to the sentences and the beautiful illustrations by Mike Motz.It has the right amount of scariness and happiness that children love and is sure to be read over and over by the lucky child that receives it.

Scary Snowman

This books was written for the American market with American spellings, however, this does not spoil a child’s enjoyment of them and the spelling difference might make a good talking point with Children.

Author: Mark Smythe

Illustrations: Mike Motz

This book is available from, or your local independent bookstore by quoting ISBN 9780982270400.

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