Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow: Books for Kids

Winter is here! The temperature has taken a big plunge, and we've had a little snow. However, kids are still eagerly waiting for a thick blanket of snow to cover our city. They dream of all the snowmen and snowball fights they'll have when enough snow has accumulated. While you wait, enjoy one of these snowy reads.

The Cool Story Behind Snow: Before heading out into the snow, discover why a snowflake always has six sides and what weather is perfect for building snowmen. Soon you'll be a Science of Fun Stuff Expert on snow!

All bundled up, a little boy heads Into the Snow to enjoy some snowy day sledding, ending his day with the perfect snow day treat.

Snip, Snip ... Snow!: Sophie is upset that she's already wearing winter clothes, but there's still no snow outside. With no snow in sight, Sophie and her classmates make their own snowflakes. Will the snow ever come?

The Snow Day: Little rabbit gets to stay home when his school bus gets stuck in the snow. Little rabbit and mom watch as snow falls in all its calm beauty. When it finally stops snowing, it's time to have some snow fun!

Andy & Sandy and the First Snow: The first snow has fallen. Sandy is ready to go out and play, Andy isn't convinced. Sandy helps Andy discover just how fun snow can be.

Captain Awesome Has the Best Snow Day Ever?: Waking up to a snow day, Eugene sets off to have the best snow day ever. He's joined by his best friends, but when no other children want to come out, he's sure something evil is to blame.  

What is your favorite snowy read?

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