Thursday, October 14, 2021

The Dance of the Snow Tractors by Siena - Book Tour & Review

The Dance of the Snow Tractors

When we hear snowy day we imagine sledding, snow angels, and hot chocolate. Siena, who lives in Ottawa, also thinks of dance!

Why? Because, when the snow comes down the plows show up and perform what she calls the Dance of the Snow Tractors.

Join Siena on her porch with a mug of something warm and enjoy the show. You'll never see snow plows quite the same way again.

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My Review
The Dance of the Snow Tractors is a cute children's book aimed at young readers (ages 3-6). With delightful illustrations and not a lot of text, the story is an easy book for children to read. Set in Canada, the story is told to us (the readers) by Siena, a little girl who lives in Ottawa. Siena loves watching the snow tractors as they plow and clear the snow, which can get pretty deep during winters in Canada. The snow tractors perform their magical dance while Siena and her parents watch and enjoy hot chocolate with marshmallows. How fun!
This is a very short, simple, easy to read book. Children who live in colder areas that get a lot of snow will be able to relate, which children who may not see much snow (or any at all) will be able to live vicariously through Siena as she watches the tractors clean the snow away. 
4 stars!

Illustrator Bio

Shannon Wilvers is a Canadian illustrator who loves drawing things on her computer.

While she mostly draws and colours digitally, she also likes to experiment and play with different mediums such as watercolour.

In her spare time, she enjoys learning new things and watching cartoons.She is currently based in New Brunswick where she lives with her dog, Lucy.

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