by Mary Ann Fraser
Peter Pauper Press
Review copy provided by publisher
When big brother decides that a snowy winter day is perfect for a yeti hunt, his little brother comes along, asking questions about the mysterious creatures all along the way.
Have you ever read a book written in a question-answer format? Well you are in for a treat. Kid will LOVE this adorable book of two brothers going on a yeti hunt. The little brothers asks the older brother question the whole way such as, "How will I know if I hear a yeti?' and "Why would we want to find a yeti?".
As the pair trudge through the snow, slide down hills and brave a blizzard they have no idea that the yeti is following them the entire way. I can imagine classroom of children listening to this book with giddy anticipation as they watch the yeti get closer and closer to the kids.
The illustrations are fabulous and the yeti is more cute than scary (think Abominable Snowman from Rudolph). I would recommend No Yet Yet for children ages 3-7.
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