Filled with scenes that will be familiar to anyone who lives in and loves the woods, First Steps, First Snow evokes the peace of a winter night.
Buckets Goes on a Winter Adventure is a story of friendship and determination, and will encourage readers of all ages to explore the mysteries of the world around them.
Here are a few tips on how to sneak in a little literacy through some of my favorite winter and holiday traditions that I hope will help everyone unwind, connect, and smile.
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A Porcupine’s Promenade: An Encounter in the Winter Woods is a delightfully quiet book that is bound to captivate children and adults alike, especially those that enjoy all that nature has to offer. Highly Recommended.
It’s Snowing in Hawaii gives an interesting twist to a sightseeing journey through one of Hawaii’s most popular areas.
Bunny Slopes, by Claudia Rueda, is the perfect story to introduce your little one to the snowy sport of skiing.
Artist and naturalist Jim Arnosky has been honored for his overall contribution to literature for children by the Eva L. Gordon Award and the Washington Post/Children’s Book Guild Award for nonfiction. His latest book is “Frozen Wild.”
Half Past Winter is an adorable tale of two bear cubs and their adventure to find winter’s first snow. They grow impatient in their den when no snow comes and decide to explore until they find snow.
Freddy the Frogcaster and the Big Blizzard does an excellent job of creating a creative way to get kids interested in learning about the science of weather.