The Snowman Who Wouldn’t Behave

Avery and Austyn build the perfect snowman and give him the perfect clothes and then they go inside to warm up and when they return, they discover their snowman isn’t perfect after all, in fact he just won’t behave!


About the Author

Carole Lathrop Moeller

After working as an educator for sixty years, #1 Bestselling author, Carole Lathrop Moeller, retired. She enjoys volunteering when she isn’t spending time with her cats and dogs, or playing in the dirt…better known as gardening.

Carole loves the outdoors and the change of seasons. Fall is her favorite as it is when her favorite holiday, Halloween is. She says, “You can make mischief and not get into trouble!”

In between writing her children’s books, she reads and paints watercolor scenes of animals, landscapes, and old barns.


The Snowman Who Wouldn’t Behave Reviews


Cover Design- the cover of this book is colorful and eye catching. A child would definitely see it and want to know more. 5 STARS

Concept- in today’s children’s book market finding a new concept isn’t easy. Carole found a way to take a snowman and make him fun. He gives away different things to different animals. It’s a great way to talk to your children about sharing. 5 STARS

Plot/Subplot – The plot in children’s books are simple because they are meant to entertain and teach children. The plot in this book is that the snowman giving away his things. The subplot is what they children learn from this. 5 STARS

Character Development- the main character is the snowman. He is defined in the way he gives to people. In children’s books it’s not easy to develop the character as the books are short. Carole does a good job in doing this. 5 STARS

Entertainment Level- I read this book in five minutes. It was a cute story and easy to read. Children will love this. It is a perfect read on a snowy day or any other day as well! 5 STARS

Overall- 5 stars -Reviewed by Award Winning Author, Shannon Simpson

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Do you like to build snowmen? I know l do. What would you name it? How would you dress it up? What would you do if you had a snowman that didn't behave? I found that there is a lesson to learn from in this book you may choose to discuss as well.

This wonderful tale makes a perfect bedtime or anytime story when you just want to spend a little quality quiet time with your child or children, so snuggle in and enjoy it together. – Reviewed by Carol

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