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Book review: Margot Gets an unexpected visit By Lieve Snellings

                                                                       
                                                                       
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Book review: Margot Gets an unexpected visit By  Lieve Snellings


This is such a cute little book about a groundhog who's name is Margot who meats to little girls It is a heartwarming tale about friendship. 

The two girls   Lowieske and Marie are two sisters from Belgium who vacation in Quebec. They share their feelings and enjoy adventures together. Margot keeps her own journal. She shares information about her distant relatives, the squirrels. children become aware of the many similarities between humans and the groundhog families.

This book is very educational that would be great in a classroom library as well as your child book self-parents does your child love animals and enjoy reading about animals then they are going to love this cute little storybook about Margot the groundhog.

The Author did an amazing job on this story and the cute captivating story that will captivate the hearts of all readers.

When I was a kindergarten teachers aide I did story time I really enjoyed reading to the kids and this is one of the books I wish I was able to read to them.

This book was a fantastic read, good for the whole family From its stunning photography to its lovable story.


Ever wanted to know more about woodchucks well here is a great book to learn all about them.

This is a great book for kids to learn all about the amazing woodchuck it is super cute and will keep your kids interested in learning about woodchucks the story is so cute and the pictures are so cute.

I love these kinds of books because I love learning about animals and different kinds of animals.

You should put this on your child's reading list this summer do you and your kids go to the library over the summer if so you should do the summer reading program and add this to your summer reading.

I am is really interesting it was a wonderful book about animals this book would be perfect for a classroom library and in your child's book self. 


The pictures in this book are so cute with so many cute and wonderful amazing the way the author brought the story to life.


Here is a little biography about the author Lieve 

I got some of this information on her website.



Lieve Snellings is a retired freelance photographer who lives in Leuven (Belgium).



Lieve Snellings became BookGoSocial Top Voted Children’s Author in 2017.

Her images illustrated many books, magazines and were published online. Her photos were shown in exhibitions all over the world.

Since 2008, after meeting up with her partner who lives in Quebec, you can find her for about 4 to 5 months a year in Canada. There she became a passionate nature photographer. She spent hours, weeks… observing wildlife and searched every info she could find. This and her imagination made her publish two children’s books in which photos are as important as words. The books are written in her mother tongue Dutch and translated in English and French.

You can find her on 



You can also find more information about her many wonderful books on her website.

http://readersreviewroom.com/author-of-the-month/lieve-snellings/

Enjoy reading Angelika


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