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The Midsummer Tomte and the Little Rabbits: A Day-by-day Summer Story in Twenty-one Short Chapters Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-12 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1782502440
LANGUAGE:English

"Originally published in Sweden, this story has kid-appeal all over with an unexpected hero, a bit of romance, a near-death experience, and a grumpy character who finds love when he has lost hope that it's out there waiting for him. Grump is a tomte, a small mythological creature from Scandinavia who brings to mind a dwarf. When the rabbits become excited about possibly attending a Midsummer Festival, he gets involved in some surprising ways, and although he claims to prefer being alone, he still enjoys spending some time with his bumblebee friend and the family of rabbits who take shelter with him after disaster strikes. The story itself is sweet and contains many life lessons as well as observations on the nature of living things, and the beautifully-colored illustrations capture its essence perfectly. This is the sort of story that should be handed down from one generation to the next, a literary gift filled with rewards in its telling. " said.

"Originally published in Sweden, this story has kid-appeal all over with an unexpected hero, a bit of romance, a near-death experience, and a grumpy character who finds love when he has lost hope that it's out there waiting for him. Grump is a tomte, a small mythological creature from Scandinavia who brings to mind a dwarf. When the rabbits become excited about possibly attending a Midsummer Festival, he gets involved in some surprising ways, and although he claims to prefer being alone, he still enjoys spending some time with his bumblebee friend and the family of rabbits who take shelter with him after disaster strikes. The story itself is sweet and contains many life lessons as well as observations on the nature of living things, and the beautifully-colored illustrations capture its essence perfectly. This is the sort of story that should be handed down from one generation to the next, a literary gift filled with rewards in its telling. " said.

"Originally published in Sweden, this story has kid-appeal all over with an unexpected hero, a bit of romance, a near-death experience, and a grumpy character who finds love when he has lost hope that it's out there waiting for him. Grump is a tomte, a small mythological creature from Scandinavia who brings to mind a dwarf. When the rabbits become excited about possibly attending a Midsummer Festival, he gets involved in some surprising ways, and although he claims to prefer being alone, he still enjoys spending some time with his bumblebee friend and the family of rabbits who take shelter with him after disaster strikes. The story itself is sweet and contains many life lessons as well as observations on the nature of living things, and the beautifully-colored illustrations capture its essence perfectly. This is the sort of story that should be handed down from one generation to the next, a literary gift filled with rewards in its telling. " said.

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