Dear Yeti

Dear Yeti

Book - 2015
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Told through a series of notes, two boys go on a hike hoping to find Yeti but run into trouble along the way.
Publisher: New York : Farrar Straus Giroux, ©2015.
ISBN: 9780374300456
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,colour illustrations ;,21 x 27 cm.


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Jul 07, 2017

Got this book since it was recommended in a magazine. Poor story line that made no sense. My 4 1/2 year old even lost interest in this story and thought it was lame.

ChristchurchLib Jan 08, 2017

"Dear Yeti, We're searching for you. Sincerely, Hikers." If you want to find the elusive yeti, it can't hurt to let him know, right? That's the logic employed by the two young hikers in this book, who venture out into a snowy landscape to look for the yeti, who shyly shadows their journey and reads each of the notes they leave behind. With sweet, stylized illustrations that portray the mythical beast as fuzzy and friendly-faced, this gently suspenseful story is sure to be a crowd-pleaser among kids who are fascinated by imaginary creatures.

Oct 25, 2016

Endearing story about two boys who are curious but afraid of a Yeti and set out to find it anyway, but run out of food. It was the Yeti that helped them with food and to get home. They realize that it was their mistaken ideas and fear that made them afraid of him.

TSCPL_Miranda Jul 13, 2016

My six-year-old loved this adorable story of two hikers who seek out the elusive Yeti, and end up making a new friend. Super cute illustrations!

Apr 20, 2016

Super cute story about two little boys going out in search of the Yeti and the adventures they encounter on the way.

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