Lo, Richard, 1957-
"This is a beautifully illustrated book that introduces children to the wonder of nature in winter"-- Provided by publisher.
Jin, Cindy, author.
A wintry celebration full of snow and all things that sparkle.
Taylor, C. J. (Carrie J.), 1952- author
Lin, Grace, author, illustrator
When winter comes, Mommy makes a soft bed for Little Snow to sleep on, but each night he cannot resist jumping on the bed, causing tiny feathers to fly down.
Bruss, Deborah, author
As the town goes to sleep, a snowstorm begins, and the man who drives the snowplow goes to work, keeping the streets clear throughout the night.
Cooney, Caroline B., author.
Imagines all the cozy, warm hugs one might give a child on a frosty winter day, from a "play in the snow" polar bear hug to a "hold tight to that feather" goose hug.
Sammurtok, Nadia, author
"Nadia Sammurtok lovingly invites the reader into the amautik--the pouch in the back of a mother's parka used to carry a child--to experience everything through the eyes of the baby nestled inside, from the cloudlike softness of the pouch to the glistening sound of Anaana's laughter."-- Provided by publisher.
Koehler, Lora, author
The little snowplow loves his job on the Mighty Mountain Road Crew, but the work he loves best is plowing snow. Throughout the year, he wishes for snow to come, but winter begins without a single flake in sight. As the weeks pass and the little snowplow's birthday approaches, he starts to wonder whether it will snow at all. Will the little snowplow's birthday dreams come true?
MacLeod, Elizabeth, author
Meet Joseph-Armand Bombardier -- Canadian inventor, innovator and entrepreneur! Born in 1907, Joseph-Armand grew up in Valcourt, a small village in Quebec. Like many places in rural and Northern Canada, it was often cut off from the world after winter snows made the roads impassable. When Armand was a kid, he was already inventing his own toys, including his first attempt at a vehicle that could drive through snow. Armand persisted even after many failures -- until he did it! His B7 snow machine was used to deliver milk and mail . . . and it saved lives. But Armand didn't stop there!
Gladstone, James, 1969- author.
"A boy, his father and their dog have a perfect day in a snowy city."-- Provided by publisher.
Ward, Lindsay, author, illustrator
"Introducing two new vehicles who work together no matter what! The best of friends, Scooper the front loader and Dumper the snowplow take care of their town in all kinds of weather. One day a snowstorm hits, and the big city needs their help to clear the roads. Each of them must be brave in their own way to get the job done. This wintry adventure spotlights the ideas of individual strengths, teamwork, and friendship in a vehicle buddy story that boys and girls alike will love."--Amzon.ca.
A cold wind blows, and snow starts to fall, Mouse hides in a den that's cozy and small. Snuggling into a wee-sized heap, ONE begins snoring and drifts off to sleep. Count to ten with these cuddly forest creatures as they settle down and hibernate for the winter. Friends of all sizes, from bear to mouse, pile together in one furry heap to endure the snowy season. With adorable illustrations and rhyming verse, Snoozapalooza will warm even the deepest chill. They doze and they dream, tucked out of sight, A snoozapalooza all day and all night.
Boswell, Addie K., author
"Young dancer Sofia wakes up to a quiet, white world--it's a snow day! She makes her way outside to the neighborhood park, where a field awaits her, white and shining and open. It isn't long before the rest of the neighborhood wakes its sleepy head-and the other kids make their way to the park, scattering all of Sofia's beautiful silence. But with the help of a new young friend, Sofia is ready to show everyone what a snow dancer can do on a perfect day like this"-- Provided by publisher.
Best pals Rocket and Groot have the day off from guarding the galaxy, so they're heading to the Big Apple! Spider-Man is waiting to show them the city-which just so happens to be covered in glittering snow. The three pals swing through the boroughs enjoying famous NYC winter activities, from sledding in Central Park to ice skating at Rockefeller Center. This is one snowy adventure you don't want to miss!
Kerbel, Deborah, author
"Rhyming couplets celebrate the varied aspects of snow from a preschooler's perspective. Mixed-media collage art shows small children engaging in a range of winter activities, including skating, throwing snowballs, and making snow angels. A final page shares age-appropriate information about snow."-- Provided by publisher.
McDonald, Jill (Jill McDonald-Gomez), author, illustrator
"The hit Hello, World! board book series teaches toddlers all about snow! Includes easy-to-understand facts about chilly weather, snowflakes, storms, snowplows, and winter fun"-- Provided by publisher.
Park, Hyunmin, author, illustrator
Celebrates the magic and wonder of deep winter snow.
Zommer, Yuval, author
Best friends Fox and Hare set out into the forest during their first winter to find out what snow is.
Balasubramaniam, Saumiya, 1979- author
"A little girl and her mother walk home from school on a snowy winter day. Ma misses the sun, warmth and colors of home, but her daughter sees magic in everything -- the clouds in the winter sky, the "firework" display when she throws an armful of snow into the air, making snow angels, tasting snowflakes. And in the end, her joy is contagious. Home is where family is, after all."-- Provided by publisher.
Swenson, Jamie, author.
In this raucous, rhyming plea for snow, a group of youngsters imagines the cold-weather delights they'll enjoy once winter arrives. From sledding down hills and skating on ponds to building snow forts and snowmen to sharing crackling fires and mugs of hot cocoa, they want snow and plenty of it! The snow can't arrive soon enough. But once the flakes start to fall, are the youngsters in for more than they barained for?