A Dot in the Snow

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Review

Miki the polar bear cub is bored: mum is fishing on the ice, but he wants to play. He sees a red dot, far in the distance: what could it be? Happily, the dot is a little girl who also wants to play. But when the little girl's mum arrives, Miki misses his own.

A soft, snowy and beautiful picture book about friendship and family, this is also a book with a gentle environmental theme, reminding us of the changing environment for polar bears.  

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