- File Size: 1365 KB
- Print Length: 26 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 24, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ACTS0SI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,607,355 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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|Grade Level: P - P|
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Top Customer Reviews
Brady and Dot come home to find that they have a new refrigerator. It's kind of scary, they aren't used to things making noise when getting ice. They get brave enough to peek into the freezer and to their surprise they are attacked by a tiny Yeti! The Yeti goes by the name of Fraiser, and all he wants is to make the ice, and to be appreciated for making the ice.
They all come to an agreement that they will thank the Yeti and and he will continue to make the ice, and they will co-exist happily.
It's again a brightly illustrated book, I have a feeling this is going to be a theme with these two. All of the illustrations clearly and effectively display what is written on the page, so if you have a reader that is not really interested in the words, or wants to make up their own story with the pictures on the pages, they are easily visible and accessible.
The characters of Brady and Dot are both done well, and the confusion they have about the Yeti and the new refrigerator are both very easy to read in the illustrations as well as simply conveyed in the text of the story.
The story itself is very clever, taking the noise the ice machine makes and creating a sort of "urban legend" if you will about something living in the freezer. Its a neat idea that I think kids will really grasp on to, and it will also get their imaginative juices flowing. It kind of reminded me when I was a kid learning about record players (remember those kids?). I wanted to know how the sound came out, and my uncle decided to tell me there were tiny people living in them singing. Needless to say I was disappointed when I busted it open to free them, and found nothing inside.Read more ›
These little books are wonderful and, there isn't one that has come from this author that my children didn't adore!
YETI IN THE FREEZER
Written by Eric B. Thomas with illustrations by Lanin D. Thomasma. It is available for purchase at www.amazon.com
To learn more about this author, visit his website at [...]
Meet Brady and Dot. Two ordinary kids with something truly extraordinary living just inside their freezer!
That's right... Brady and Dot return home one day to find a brand new refrigerator and some pretty scary sounds. The ice maker in the fridge seems to have a mind of its own; growling and hissing and making bumping sounds, until...
The two discover Frasier, a tiny Yeti living in the freezer who only lives to make ice. All Frasier wants in the whole world is to be appreciated for his hard work (after all, ice making is a tough business with no room for error)
So, what starts out as fear for the children quickly turns into a learning experience. As the three come to an agreement on what they will do for one another, we see examples of teamwork, acceptance and tolerance...Three things we need a lot more of in today's world.
In the end, everyone learns something, not only about others, but about themselves as well.
I absolutely ADORED this wonderful little gem.Read more ›