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Reviewed in India on 11 September 2019
Sophia Anderson returns again with this wonderful story that would best fit to the ones our grandmother told us to a good sleep. The story begins with a abandoned girl in a bear cave dragged into a small village atmosphere until she starts finding herself turning a bear. The urge to return back to the forest, explore the mountains and play in the rivers.
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The story follows the path of young girl set on discovery her family past and her place of belonging. To a part it was relatable to say we are often no less Yanka- unknow and wanting to know our roots. The story is questionable and explanatory and what we mean is it's satisfactory . We loved the sense of having Yanka gradually learn of her belonging and not in a moment, it was a journey of and not a destiny.
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This wasn't a amazement to me about Sophia's skill to make the reader stick to the book, her words will get you a clear cut imagination of what she wants you to. The book rather felt more illustrated without illustration with her wonderful language - lucid, beautiful, simple and much a fusion of most styles. We loved how she describes bonds between Yanka and her friends and everyone who accompanied her.
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Anyone literally of any age can sit along and enjoy this literary adventure featuring the snowy mountains and Yanka's adventures. The book gave a vibe of 'The wizard of Oz' how she's accompanied by different characters in her journey.
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Overall it was a great read and I would definitely recommend giving it a try. It's a must have book for any child to make his childhood.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A grandma's tale
By Ajay Sawant on 11 September 2019
Sophia Anderson returns again with this wonderful story that would best fit to the ones our grandmother told us to a good sleep. The story begins with a abandoned girl in a bear cave dragged into a small village atmosphere until she starts finding herself turning a bear. The urge to return back to the forest, explore the mountains and play in the rivers.
🌻🌻
The story follows the path of young girl set on discovery her family past and her place of belonging. To a part it was relatable to say we are often no less Yanka- unknow and wanting to know our roots. The story is questionable and explanatory and what we mean is it's satisfactory . We loved the sense of having Yanka gradually learn of her belonging and not in a moment, it was a journey of and not a destiny.
🌻🌻
This wasn't a amazement to me about Sophia's skill to make the reader stick to the book, her words will get you a clear cut imagination of what she wants you to. The book rather felt more illustrated without illustration with her wonderful language - lucid, beautiful, simple and much a fusion of most styles. We loved how she describes bonds between Yanka and her friends and everyone who accompanied her.
🌻🌻
Anyone literally of any age can sit along and enjoy this literary adventure featuring the snowy mountains and Yanka's adventures. The book gave a vibe of 'The wizard of Oz' how she's accompanied by different characters in her journey.
🌻🌻
Overall it was a great read and I would definitely recommend giving it a try. It's a must have book for any child to make his childhood.
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