Little Wanderers: The Everlasting Seasons by I.K. Silver

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Book: Little Wanderers: The Everlasting Seasons

Author: I.K. Silver

Book Series: Standalone

Rating: 4.5/5

Recommended For…: children’s readers, fantasy

Publication Date: October 1, 2021

Genre: Children’s Fantasy

Recommended Age: 8+ (some small scary moments)

Explanation of CWs: There are just some small moments that might scare smaller kids.

Publisher: Red Butterfly Press

Pages: 238

Synopsis: Snowy is a tiny dwarf leading an almost normal life in the village of never-ending winter. Aside from the ever-dreary sky, living next to rowdy neighbors, and being treated like a child, nothing seems to pose a challenge.

All that changes when rumors about Snowy breaking a taboo spread. Disheartened at what he deemed betrayal and feeling stuck in his village, Snowy sneaks out to look for Originem, a village where misfortune befalls no one. However, the aftermath exceeds his wildest expectations.

Snowy finds himself in a magical world, suddenly dealing with the quaintest of things, from singing fruits and a wizard cat to dark woods (brimming with vicious beasts) and other villages locked in one season. But to reach his destination, Snowy, and his new friend, Kokoro, must first solve the mysteries surrounding the villages of everlasting seasons, as the secret that connects them may threaten their very existence.

Review: This was a sweet book. I loved the story and it would be a cute read for younger readers. The book has great character development and plot. The writing is well done and cohesive. The book is also a super quick read and is fast paced.

The only issue I had is that I wish that there was more world building, but other than that it was a good read.

Verdict: It was cute!