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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
It is Lord Snoot's birthday. He is patiently waiting for the mail to arrive to see if he will get any birthday cards or letters. When the mail is late, Lord Snoot begins to worry and feel disappointed. But when something unexpected happens and he visits the mail bird, Mrs. Phoenix's, home, his mood soon begins to change. Come find out what changes Lord Snoot's mood so suddenly.
Hello Teeny Pheeny by Karen Emma Hall is a delightful children's pictorial book which introduces young readers to the concepts of disappointment, surprise, schedules, and change. Children often find owls to be exciting and intriguing because most are told by elders that owls are very wise. By choosing the owl to be the story's theme character, the author will most likely keep a child's attention throughout the duration of the story. The characters are not the only thing that will grasp the attention of young readers though.
This book provides a charming little life lesson and beautifully illustrated pictures to go with the text. As children are often inpatient when it comes to birthdays, and wanting to know if they will get presents and what they are, young readers will be anxiously awaiting the end of the story to find out if, in fact, Lord Snoot gets a birthday present or not. The author teaches young readers the importance of having patience and not to assume something is or isn't going to happen, as well as that sometimes people's daily schedules often change when least expected, and it's not always a bad reason. This book is a perfect story, sure to put a smile on a young child's face.