Snowman Paul is full of confidence that he can go and participate in the winter Olympics and win the gold.
His little friend (a little boy) tells him that he is much too old to win the gold. But Snowman Paul is determined to go and win the Olympic gold.
He participates in ski jumping, speed skating, curling, snowboarding and the luge run. His scores are high and he wins the gold.
But his friend, the little boy, notices that the wind, the ice and the snow pushed Paul along and helped him to win.
Now Snowman Paul has to make a tough decision- to fess up and tell the truth and to be honest.
Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid is more than just a good children’s book. It is a wonderful lesson in cheating and honesty. It teaches young children 3-8 the importance of telling the truth and not cheating in the first place.
It is creative, beautiful and thought provoking for young children.
I loved the rhyming and rhythmic tone of the book. It will delight young children as it is read aloud to them.
It is simple and fast paced. With few words, it is great for young readers and young children with short attention spans.
The tasteful illustrations are delightful and colorful with beautiful colors of winter time scenes.
This book went way beyond what I had hoped for. It has not only beautiful fun illustrations but a moral lesson for the children. Yossi Lapidhas done a wonderful creative job with this children’s storybook.
I read it to my granddaughters and they loved it and laughed. We were able to discuss the various things on each page and then we discussed the moral of the story. What a wonderful lesson for my grandchildren. They had me read it over and over.
Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid is precious and sparkles like a true gem above the rest.
We highly recommended this best selling children’s book!