Winter brings many things and the Ice Cube Fair is one of them. The towns' folk gather together to enjoy food and games, celebrating the season. They skate, have a burlap sack race, enjoy delicious drinks, and even choose a queen. But the highlight is the ice sculpting contest. Everyone who wants to can take a block of ice and sculpt what Christmas means to them. They have seven hours to do their work. Who will have the winning sculpture?
What a cute book! This is a book that will appeal to parents of preschoolers because of the wonderful pictures and easy to understand words. The poetry is fun to read and the lesson is priceless. If you have young children, this is a great book for your library. That also applies to grandparents and other relatives, as well as young children's ministries and nursery work. I received my review copy from the Book Look program in exchange for an honest review.