What to Read Wednesday: Snow Books for Kids

The Best Snow Books for Kids

We very rarely get snow where I live in the south. When we do get snow, it’s almost a sacred thing. Only the most major roads get sanded, the schools close, and all the bread and milk disappear from the grocery store shelves. It’s like a holiday, and the kids spend the entire day outside, making the most of their precious time to build snowmen and to will their sleds to slide downhill. It doesn’t last long!

Today, we are celebrating the wonder of snow with our favorite snow-themed books for kids. I hope you’ll find something on our list that you will share with a child in your life. If we’ve missed your favorite, leave a comment and let us know what it is.

Happy snow day reading!




 



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Our favorite snow books for kids

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Comments (6)

  1. Joanne Rawson

    Thanks for hosting!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      You’re welcome, Joanne. Thanks for joining in the fun!

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  2. Joanne Rawson

    We usually get a lot of snow… just not this year I guess. We’re reading about snow and enjoying the warmish weather.

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      It’s been a crazy-weather kind of winter. It feels like summertime where I live today!

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  3. Lisa/Syncopated Mama

    Our only exposure to snow is through great books like these!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      There’s a lot to be said for mild winters, but snow is pretty fun sometimes! 🙂

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