An older brother convinces his younger brother that today is a perfect day for a yeti hunt. They quickly dress for the snowy weather, grabbing a camera just in case they spot one. As they walk, younger brother peppers older brother with questions about the yeti. How will they know when they see one? What will he sound like, or even smell like? Where does he live?
As they trudge through the winter landscape, a yeti appears in the distance, watching their actions. When they finally spot him, they panic and run. But the yeti is friendlier than they expect.
No Yeti Yet is a charming book that shows the joys of friendship, even when the other seems big and scary. Kids will have fun spotting the yeti hidden in the snowy background, as the brothers explore, and they will love the sweet ending. I highly recommend it.
Reviewer: Alice Berger