Snobbity Snowman…by Maria Bardyukova, illustrations by Quiet Riley Jr.

Posted December 9, 2018 by Karen in Books, Mini Review, Reviews, Tiny Bird's Shelf /


Snobbity Snowman…by Maria Bardyukova, illustrations by Quiet Riley Jr.Snobbity Snowman

by: Maria Bardyukova, Quiet Riley Jr.
Published by:Maria Bardyukova on October 1, 2017
Genres:Children's Book
Format: Mobi (Kindle file) Netgalley
Source: Author (via YA Books Central)
Purchase: link

Rating:One StarOne StarOne StarOne Star

Snobbity Snowman has everything a snowman could possibly want: a shiny hat, freshly-picked noses and enough pride to last a lifetime. In fact, he is so selfish and shortsighted that he fails to see the instance his life starts falling apart.

What disasters must take place to open his charcoal eyes? To help him see that pride and possessions cannot bring true happiness? Will he defrost his ego and embrace the warmth of companionship?

Only Snobbity can tell.

Depicting winter in rich and whimsical tones, Snobbity Snowman’s quirky characters and unexpected twists promise to leave a lasting impression on all its snobbulous readers.

*I received this book for free from the Author (via YA Books Central) in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


‘Snobbity Snowman’ is a picture book about an unconventional and uppity snowman. In the end Snobbity learns an important moral lesson about what it means to sacrifice for others.

 My son and I decided to read this together. We loved the cute and quirky  illustrations and we loved Snobbity as a character. The vocabulary is a little advanced so I would take this into account when reading to really young children.

Altogether, ‘Snobbity Snowman’ is cute, fun, and educational and we loved it. A perfect read for the holiday season.


About Karen

Karen is a native Orlandoian and still lives there with her family. She loves reading Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction ,’Chick Lit', YA, and Southern Fiction. Some of her favorite things are fuzzy animals, Bigalow tea, and air-conditioning.
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