I like this book because it teaches you about sharing. It teaches about sharing cookies and tea and shelter. This book can teach everybody a lesson, so girls and boys and kids and grownups should read this book. You should always prepare for things before they happen because sometimes it may be too late to get anything else. Some of the animals weren’t sharing their stuff. Maybe they didn’t want a lot of people in their house and the storm coming into their house. My favorite thing about the book was how they had a little igloo at the end of the story with the fox family and the bears because they were sharing. They were sharing the light and the cookies and the tea. I didn’t like when the fox’s house was tumbling down because that was sad. I like the story and the pictures; also what I didn’t like about it was that there were not a lot of words to the story. I understand what was going on, but I want more information. In the beginning it was nice to see all the houses of the families; it was just a beautiful picture at the beginning.
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|Author||Céline Claire • Qin Leng, Illustrator|
|Page Count||42 pages|
|Publisher||Kids Can Press|
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