The Midsummer Tomte and the Little Rabbits: A Day-by-day Summer Story in Twenty-one Short Chapters
The Midsummer Tomte and the Little Rabbits is a wonderful children’s book to read. It is about the little rabbits looking forward to celebrating the famous Midsummer party. An owl, who is quite smart, says that Midsummer means a time of joy: a time to dance, hang out, have fun, and spend time with loved ones. Suddenly a terrible storm appears through the vast forest and the creatures have to find a safe place to live. They find shelter at the yule tomte’s village. The yule tomte is a really grumpy one. No wonder his name is Grump!
All of the woodland creatures join the rabbit family in an unexpected visit for Grump due to the nasty storm. Many of the forest animals have gotten hurt, but luckily a house tomte is good at curing sick and tired animals of any kind. It just so happens they might get along. What I really enjoyed about this book was that it never stopped pulling you into the story. Every chapter gives you a reason to continue reading for at least one more page.
|Author||Ulf Stark, Eva Eriksson, Illustrator|
|Page Count||120 pages|
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