Thursday, October 04, 2018

Cozy, Snowy, Cuddles illustrated by Fransesca Pesci

Winter is an exciting fun time of year for little ones, and Cozy, Snowy Cuddles Touch and Feel will help children thank God for all His wonderful wintry gifts. The soft art, touch-and-feel elements, and sweet message will appeal to the cuddliest little ones, making this the perfect holiday gift!
Little polar bear spreads joy and cheer to all the winter animals. He shares his thankful spirit with all he meets and leaves smiles and cuddles behind him. Cozy, Snowy Cuddles Touch and Feel is a great way to enjoy all the coziest aspects of winter with your little one—and thank God for the beauty and fun of winter.
My Review
Cozy, Snowy, Cuddles is a children’s board book filled with animals that live in the arctic who each meet our new friend the polar bear.   The book is written in A. B, C, B rhyming meter and has new vocabulary in upper-case, bold, colorful print on each page.  The book is a touch and feel book with different colored fuzzy material for each animal.  The book is intended for children in preschool and up.  I would say more specifically ages 3 to 6. 

First, for full disclosure, I have to tell you that I love polar bears and actually collect figurines.  I realize that is not a typical item to collect, but I do. So, a sweet board book that features a cuddly polar bear is a dream book for me. 

This book has beautiful illustrations with the sweetest, friendliest looking artic animal that I have ever seen. The cover is sparkly and appealing, and the touch and feel of the fur added nicely to this book for children.  This is especially fun for children in this age group who love to touch everything.  I felt like the text in Cozy, Snowy, Cuddles was excellent.  It was descriptive and would do an excellent job building vocabulary for 3 to 6 year-olds. 

I highly recommend this book for children ages 3-6.  It would make an excellent gift around the holidays, or a great “just because I love you” book. 

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