No Yeti Yet by Mary Ann Fraser: A Picture Book Review

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No Yeti YetNo Yeti Yet by Mary Ann Fraser

Age range: 4 – 8

Grade Level: P – 3

Genre: Picture book

Hardcover: 32 pages

Publisher: Peter Pauper Press (June 1, 2015)

Source: From publisher

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



About No Yeti Yet:

It’s a snowy, blowy, wintry day — just perfect for a yeti hunt! Or so thinks big brother. But younger brother is not as convinced. Questions abound: Have you ever seen a yeti? Is a yeti strong? Can a yeti run fast?

Children will love trying to find the yeti in the pictures as the boys continue on their quest.


About the Author:

Mary Ann Fraser wrote and illustrated her first picture book in the second grade — which received critical acclaim and a starred review from Mom and Dad. She graduated from UCLA and then went on to spend a year abroad studying at England’s Exeter College of Art and Design. Since then, she has gone on to write and illustrate more than 60 books for children, winning accolades along the way — including School Library Journal’s ”Best Book of the Year” and American Booksellers’ ”Pick of the List.” She currently resides in sunny southern California, but can often be found in colder climates searching high and low for yetis.


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My Thoughts on No Yeti Yet:

What’s not to love about this adorable picture book? Humor, adventure, and finding the hidden yeti on each page make No Yeti Yet a delight to read with kids.

Two little boys decide to go on a yeti hunt. Along the way, they discuss what a yeti looks like, smells like, and sounds like, but meeting a real yeti is a much different experience than either of them anticipated. Mary Ann Fraser’s illustrations add spark and personality of the story. Fans of winter, humor, and mythological monsters will love this book. Now I have just one question…

Can you find the yeti?


Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.



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    Laura Thomas
    October 7, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    This sounds so fun and will fit with my children’s Christmas book list.

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