Bold, simple illustrations and textures show what a child first sees, hears, touches, and feels when he or she encounters the coldest season of the year: winter.
The Three Snow Bears - Jan Brett
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons Check Library CatalogPub Date: 10/11/2012
Set in an Inuit village, this beautiful retelling of the Goldilocks story follows Aloo-ki as she, being a curious girl, invades the igloo home of a polar bear family, eating their soup, trying on their boots and falling asleep in their bed.
Snow Truck - C. J. Calder, Ronnie Rooney and Shaunna Peterson
In a new board book featuring Biscuit the puppy, a soft, powdery snow has fallen everywhere and Biscuit just can't wait to get outside and make snow angels, sled, and snuggle up with the ones he loves.
Rhyming couplets accompanied by sumptuous, mixed-media illustrations tell the story of Kitten's world during the winter, teaching young readers that the coldest season in the Northern Hemisphere is a time of flourishing animal activity as well as hibernating rest for various woodland creatures.
Super excited about the snow that has fallen, Spot dons his hat and races outside to participate in all the wintry fun; after building a snowman with Mom and Dad and skating with friends, Spot ends the day on a perfect note with a cup of hot chocolate beside his Grandma by the warm fire.
A delightful series that serves as an accessible introduction to a wide range of animals and ecosystems contains playful text and close-up photography displaying baby animals in their natural habitats.
The Snow Fairies' Skating Party - Irene Kilpatrick and Dave Aikins
Publisher: Simon Spotlight/Nick Jr. Check Library CatalogPub Date: 09/16/2008
Dora and Boots catch a ride with a flying, winged horse over the Snowy Forest to a magical snowy skating party.
Let's Play in the Snow - Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram
An introduction to wintertime features colorful images of familiar scenes and elements, from dressing in warm layers and catching snowflakes to sledding and making snowmen, in a volume that incorporates language skill-building text.
Barney Backhoe and his friends wake up in the machine shed to find a beautiful snowy day outside. The machines plow their way downtown. Kids can lift the flaps to see how Barney Backhoe scoops and dumps the snow, Luke Loader uses his snowblower, and Grady Grader breaks up the ice on the bridge. With his snow pusher and strong crawler belt, Danny clears the town square, just in time to let J.T. (Johnny Tractor) come through safely, pulling a huge holiday surprise!
When it begins to snow, Snowman comes to life and plays with the children, making snow angels, sledding, ice-skating, making snow Christmas trees, and settling in for the night under the twinkling stars.
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