Every Day Can Be an Adventure
Skunk and Raccoon can't wait for the first snowfall of the season. And then one wintery day, it happens—they wake to find Buttercup Grove blanketed in crisp, white snow.
They invite their woodland friends to join in a day of winter fun. Together, they pile the snow into a hill and sled down it. And they build a snowman. It's the best day ever!
Once the snow starts to melt, does that mean their amazing time is over? Skunk, Raccoon, and the rest of the gang learn that even though plans might change, the fun doesn't have to end—you can enjoy spending time with friends.
The Tales of Buttercup Grove series introduces readers ages 4-8 to the many fun adventures of Skunk, Raccoon, and the rest of their woodland friends, teaching timeless Christian values along the way.
This fun read showed the value of teamwork. It also emphasized the biblical value of cheerfulness. The illustrations are beautiful and are a great framework for the story.
Know God: When we have a connection with God we learn to work well with our brethren.
Know yourself: What we have to offer matters even if it's not accepted. It may be the opportunity needed to prompt someone else to step up.
Run your race: What might work well for one person may not work well for you. It's important for you to realize that. It's also a chance to find something that will.
I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for my honest review. Have you read Autumn is For Apple Pie with your child? What did you think of it? Purchase your copy of Winter Snow Fun on Amazon.
Wendy Dunham is an award-winning children's and middle grade author, a registered therapist for children with special needs, and a blessed Momma of two amazing grown-up kids!
She is the author of two
middle-grade novels: My Name is River, and its sequel, Hope Girl. She has a
series of early-readers titled, Tales of Buttercup Grove. And with
'Reagandoodle and Little Buddy: The True Story of a Labradoodle and His Toddler
Best Friend,' as well as with 'Reagandoodle and Little Buddy Welcome Baby: The
Blessing and Fun of a New Little One,' Wendy writes as the voice of
Please stop by her website at https://www.wendydunhamauthor.com
Working beside her mother, a portrait artist, Michal Sparks's life as an artist began early. With an interest in surface design, she attended the prestigious Kansas City Art Institute, then leapt into the fashion industry in New York City. Michal founded her own textile design label - illustrating in watercolor, and sometimes authoring, over fifteen volumes.
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