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Counting on Snow
by Maxwell Newhouse
In this petite counting book, animals appear in the isolation and beauty of a snowy Arctic winter-- from ten crunching caribou down to one lonely moose.
No Two Alike
by Keith Baker
Follows a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey through a winter landscape, where everything everywhere, from branches and leaves to forests full of trees, is unique.
Old Bear
by Kevin Henkes
When Old Bear falls asleep for the winter, he has a dream that he is a cub again, enjoying each of the four seasons.
Patterns in the Snow
by J. Clark Sawyer
In this book, young readers will learn about patterns using a winter landscape.
Snowmen at Night
by Caralyn Buehner
Snowmen play games at night when no one is watching
Sugar White Snow and Evergreens: a Winter Wonderland of Color
by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky
Verses follow a family as they visit a maple-sugaring farm and notice a variety of colors in their surroundings.
The First Day of Winter
by Denise Fleming
A snowman comes alive as the child building it adds pieces during the first ten days of winter.
The Snowy Day
by Ezra J. Keats
The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day.
Toys Meet Snow: Being the Wintertime Adventures of a Curious Stuffed Buffalo, a Sensitive Plush Stingray, and a Book-Loving Rubber Ball
by Emily Jenkins
While Little Girl is away on winter vacation, her toys, Lumphy, StingRay, and Plastic, decide to go outside and learn more about snow.
Winter is the Warmest Season
by Lauren Stringer
A child describes pleasant ways to stay warm during the winter, from sipping hot chocolate and eating grilled cheese sandwiches to wearing woolly sweaters and sitting near a glowing fireplace.
Winter Walk
by Virginia Brimhall Snow
Slide, step, and stomp through the snow with Grammy as she takes her grandkids on a winter adventure. As they explore the woods, they spot a cardinal, learn why some trees are green all year, and build a tall snowman. At the end of the day, they learn how to build a pinecone bird feeder.
Updated 11/12/2015
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