Young children can learn so much about their world through seasonal books and discussions. With the change of the season just around the corner, why not visit your local library and check out all of our great winter-themed children’s books? Whether you’re looking for something on snow, hibernation, a specific holiday, or just a fun story taking place in a winter setting, you’re sure to find some great reads to share with your child! Here are just a few examples:
Winter by Ron Hirschi
Stunning photographs and lyrical language take you on a journey through nature.
Under the Snow by Melissa Stewart
Find out what happens to the animals in the woods, the insects in the garden and the creatures in the pond when the chilly weather arrives.
Winter White by Christianne Jones
This book is part of a series on colors, and offers simplistic text, colorful illustrations, and a fun fact section.
In the Snow: Who’s Been Here? By Lindsay Barrett George
While walking in the snow, two children see signs of life all around them.
White Snow, Bright Snow by Alvin Tresselt
An oldie but goodie, this 1948 Caldecott Medal Winner takes the reader through a snowstorm from start to finish, highlighting different perspectives along the way.
The Hat by Jan Brett
On a cold, windy day, Hedgie finds himself a very interesting hat, which he shows to all of his animal friends.
Snow by Uri Shulevitz
A little boy and his dog watch their town transform into a winter wonderland.
For many more choices, stop by your local branch today!