Parts of the country are continuing to get lots and lots of snow. Why not embrace it and sit down with a quilt, some hot chocolate, and a stack of wintry reads. We found a few great winter book lists to get you started...
Under My Hood I Have a Hat (above) is the current favorite wintry read in our house. It's a sweet and simple poem about a little girl who is so bundled up she won't be able to get up if she falls down. She tells us each of the items of clothing she's wearing as she takes them off and sits down for a snack with her dog before putting them back on to head out into the snow again.
• Amanda Soule's list is from her archive back in 2008 but it's a great one including Snowflake Bentley, Flannel Kisses, and The Snowy Day. Be sure to check out the comments section for other great suggestions from Amanda's readers.
• The Glendale Library has a nice roundup- and of course- don't forget to check your own local library for suggestions (and books!)
Reading through the seasons is a wonderful way to establish a rhythm within your family.
Any favorite wintry reads?