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Lovely children’s illustrated book – The Dance of the Snow Tractors by Siena

My Review:

Thanks to the author and illustrator, too,
For my copy of this book, this is my honest review.

This is a children's book with illustrations, too,
Featuring Siena and showing what snow tractors do.
Siena live in Ottawa and when the snow falls
She knows the snow tractors will soon be making calls.
Siena thinks their motion is much like a dance
Clearing snow away, giving our travelling a better chance.

There's not a lot of text, but the pictures really show
What this story is all about and where the snow tractors go.
It is a story for sharing with youngsters, especially when snow
Means we need snow tractors to clear roads where we want to go. 
I suspect to young Canadians, this book will really appeal
And to others with less snowfall, it gives a look at how it might feel.


When we hear snowy day we imagine sledding, snow angels, and hot chocolate. Siena, who lives in Ottawa, also thinks of dance!

Why? Because, when the snow comes down the plows show up and perform what she calls the Dance of the Snow Tractors.

Join Siena on her porch with a mug of something warm and enjoy the show. You’ll never see snow plows quite the same way again.

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Illustrator Bio

Shannon Wilvers is a Canadian illustrator who loves drawing things on her computer.

While she mostly draws and colours digitally, she also likes to experiment and play with different mediums such as watercolour.

In her spare time, she enjoys learning new things and watching cartoons.She is currently based in New Brunswick where she lives with her dog, Lucy.

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Twitter = @MButterflyBooks

One comment on “Lovely children’s illustrated book – The Dance of the Snow Tractors by Siena

  1. Pingback: Lovely #Children’sBook – Why We Walk by Siena, illustrated by Shannon Wilvers | splashesintobooks

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