Amongst the familiar articles to feature in TCBR's top ten hot spots are some articles and booklists that truly match the seasonal events of February: winter books, Valentine's Day books, the Newbery Medal winner, and some excellent civil-rights books perfect for Black History Month.
A child and his or her father go out at night, in the deep winter woods near their farm, to see if they can spot any owls. John Shoenherr’s wintery, realistic illustrations are so exquisitely moonlit and lovely, and the story is so profoundly quiet
If you're someone who likes the holiday feeling to linger, who doesn't take down their tree until the last pine needle has dropped, here's a whimsical, wonderful picture book to add to the spirit, Brownie Groundhog and the Wintry Surprise, by Susan Blackaby.
For readers ready to go on a snowy adventure, look no further than the following books that prove snow days are truly magical. We've got 4 picture books, 1 early reader and a novel filled with non-stop action for middle grade readers.
Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Amy Hest and critically acclaimed illustrator Lauren Castillo share their delightful stories of how the dogs in their lives have (and still do) inspire their creative minds on a daily basis.
Enter to win a copy of Masha D’yans’ fantastical debut book Razzle-Dazzle Ruby. The charmingly artistic illustrations are moving—literally. Every page of this novelty picture book offers a playful and enticing wintery wonderland for young readers to lose themselves in. We have two copies to giveaway. Giveaway begins October 17, 2011, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends November 14, 2011, at 11:59 P.M. PST.