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Eliza Crisp and the Abominable Snow Company by Julie McKay - Book Tour & Review

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Christmas is fast approaching and everyone in England is wishing for snow to make their dreams
of a white Christmas come true. Local weather forecaster Eliza Crisp wants nothing more than to
be able to tell her listeners that snow is on the way, but it just won't snow! Even the Snow Globe
in her back garden says that England should be under a thick blanket by now.
So what's the problem? Faced with the threat of a Christmas without a festive flurry,
Eliza knows there is only one place to go to find the answer: 'The Abominable Snow Company' in the
South Pole.

Information about the Book
Title: Eliza Crisp and the Abominable Snow Company
Author: Julie McKay
Release Date: 10th November 2015
Genre: Picture Book
Page Count: 58
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

My Review
Eliza Crisp is an adorable children's picture book that tells the story of Eliza , the local weather forecaster. She has a magical snow globe that tells her when it's going to snow. But when no snow shows, even though it should have already blanketed the ground, it's up to Eliza to figure out what happened and how to fix it.
Children will be enthralled as they follow Eliza on her journey to the South Pole to visit the Abominable Snow Company. The story is easy to read, and the illustrations are actually quite unique. They have a claymation sort of feel to them, and it's almost like they jump off the pages.
It's the perfect book for the holiday season. Let it snow!
5 stars from me!

Tour Schedule

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