Feb 26, 2018

Early Reader Review: A Windy Spring Day by Wendy Dunham

Source: From Netgalley and Harvest House Publishers in exchange for an honest review. This in no way alters my opinion or review.

A Windy Spring Day: God Gives Us Friends When We're Afraid
A Windy Spring Day by Wendy Dunham

Series: Tales of Buttercup Grove
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date:  March 6, 2018

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Format:  Ebook


Goodreads Synopsis: 
A Blustery Day in Buttercup Grove

When a big wind goes whoosh, Skunk gets scared and could sure use a friend. Braving the storm to check on his best pal, Raccoon comes over for a visit and brings a big surprise—supplies to make a kite. Skunk and Raccoon work together to get the kite made and invite everyone in Buttercup Grove over to fly it, because some things are better to do with more than just two!

A Windy Spring Day is about a skunk that is afraid of the wind while he is at home alone. He calls his friend Racoon who offers to come over and bring a surprise to help Skunk through his fears.

This was a cute book about friendship, that showcases being afraid and needing the help of others. The story is very cute and a quick read with a quick message and the illustrations are adorable.The story ends with a Bible verse (as the title alludes to) however it is not necessarily needed to focus the moral nor is it forced upon the reader, which I appreciated. 

I think that the overall idea the book portrays is a good one and important for young readers.

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