Review: Suzie Snowflake

Posted on January 28, 2016


Suzie SnowflakeSuzie Snowflake
Written by Crystaline Rose
Illustrated by Maksym Stasiuk
The Crystalined Path
January 2016
36 pages

Suzie Snowflake envies the other snowflakes because she believes they are more beautiful. To her utter dismay she notices a tiny dark speck and worries that it means she’s not perfect. In order to be happy Suzie must learn how to accept herself as the unique snowflake she is. Author Crystaline Rose spins universal themes of individuality and self-esteem into a charming fantasy tale that shows young readers how to let their individual lights shine. Maksym Stasniuk uses brilliant colors upon dazzling designs to draw readers into the snowflakes’ enchanted world. As a special treat, he leaves a single snowflake at the end for readers to color. Rose’s soothing verse and positivity combined with Stasniuk’s mesmerizing illustrations make Suzie Snowflake an ideal bedtime story.

Copyright (c) 2016 by Peggy Tibbetts

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