No Yeti Yet Book Review & Giveaway

Review Disclosurer Now that it is cold, windy, and freezing outside I have started to switch out our Fall books for winter ones. Winter is a hard season for me to find books for that aren’t holiday related. We are going to move to Denver in the next few weeks and I really wanted to find all the best winter snow books I could find. My kids are so excited to live where they can build snowmen and go exploring in the mountains. The book “No Yeti Yet,” by Mary Ann Fraser is just the book we needed! My kids absolutely love it and ask to read it all the time. "No Yeti Yet" Book

“No Yeti Yet” is about two darling brothers who are on the hunt for a Yeti! The two little boys in this story are absolutely darling and remind me so much of my two kids. The oldest seems to know everything about Yeti’s, and the little brother is following right behind him. The little brother wants to be just like his big brother and follows him around. The pictures in this book are wonderful! I love all the little details and bright colors. My daughter especially liked finding all the little animals hiding throughout the book.

"No Yeti Yet" Book

The boys search everywhere looking, listening, and trying to find any sign of a Yeti. The boys walk through wind, snow, go sledding, and finally come to a giant cave looking for the monster. Finally at the very end they come face-to-face with a Yeti! Both of the boys are surprised to find out he is a friendly Yeti and also enjoys a delicious hot chocolate.

"No Yeti Yet" Book

This book is so wonderful and my first grader has no problem reading it on his own. Throughout the book the phrase “No Yeti Yet,” is repeated often so my toddler can also help “read” it. “No Yeti Yet” is such a fun story about a snowy adventure and finding friends in unexpected places. Your little explorers would love this book!

"No Yeti Yet" Book

It is the perfect winter book to snuggle up with and would also make a great holiday gift. You can purchase “No Yeti Yet” at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Peter Pauper Press. Right now one(1) Mom Spotted reader has the opportunity to win (1) hardcover copy of “No Yeti Yet” and a special “Yeti Rescue Kit”, which includes a plush orphan Yeti in box, plus a 16-page Caregiver’s Manual with Passport, Medical Record, and Adoption Certificate. To enter use the Rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!

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Contest ends 1.18.16 at 11:59pm. For Official Giveaway Rules click here. U.S. Residents only.

About Megan

Megan loves being a stay at home mom to a busy boy Hayden (10) and sweet girl Halli (6). She has been happily married to her ridiculously good looking husband for 11 years. She also enjoys blogging, trying new recipes to cook or bake, girls nights, fashion, and reading. You can also find her on twitter and instagram @fourheartsproject


  1. Debra Holloway says

    My grandson is three. He loves it when Maw Maw reads to him. These books would be a wonderful addition to our selection of books.

  2. Tiffany Schmidt says

    My kiddos are 6,4 and 2 months. My daughter loves reading to her two siblings!

  3. This would be for my niece and she’s 19.5 months 🙂

  4. Vicki Wurgler says

    my granddaughter who is 5

  5. Terri S. says

    My youngest granddaughter is 5 years old and she loves when we snuggle up so I can read a book to her. She also loves to have her 10 year old big sister read to her.

  6. Sonya Morris says

    My littlest ones are 5 and 2.

  7. Debbie Welchert says

    My youngest grandson is 6 years old.

  8. Trisha Burgess says

    My two and ten year old would love this!

  9. chickie brewer says

    My youngest granddaughter is 12.. I want to win this for my friends grandson who is 6 years old.

  10. nannypanpan says

    my 2yr olds would like it

  11. Jessica Lodge says

    I would read this to my 2 youngest boys who are 5 and 2 1/2 years old.

  12. Samantha woodhouse says

    1,4,10, and 12. my 1 and 4 year old would love this. chances are the older 2 would read it and enjoy it with the younger ones too

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  14. Michelle C says

    My daughter is 8 and enjoys reading to our younger cousins.

  15. Gina Rock says

    My 10 year old would read this to her 4 year old cousin!

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