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Book Hunters in Brief #154: Snow Fantasy

Like ice cream for breakfast, a pet boa constrictor, and face tattoos, snow sounds great in theory, but if you ask folks who have to face the stuff day in-day out, they have a very different take on it. This week, Book Hunters in Brief gives you and your young ones a chance to enjoy some winter wonderlands in the best possible way: from a nice, warm sofa with cups of hot cocoa. Enjoy!

"Let It Snow" Globe Craft

Let it Snow!!!!
We can only dream and use our imaginations for snow in Houston.
This Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 4:30 pm, come join us in the North Channel Public Meeting Room for a fun craft project after school.
Create your own Winter Wonderland by making a Snow Globe to take home with you. 
All materials provided. Recommended for ages 4 and up.

STEAM Camp

Do you know how to make snow inside? Learn how at our first STEAM Camp Session, Monday, January 26 at 6pm, where we will conduct an experiment and play with our results!  Each month this Spring we'll meet and explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math-in that order. Free tickets are available one week before the program, which is recommended for ages 6 and up. Location: Public Meeting Room. 

2015 Vital Imagery Ltd.

Snuggle Up with a Good Book

The weather is going to be bitter cold this weekend; sounds like a perfect excuse to snuggle up with your little ones and enjoy a good book  

 Me Too! Valeri Gorbachev.

Warmth and humor fill the snowy day adventures of two friends, a bear and a chipmunk, who, despite their physical differences, share work and play and true companionship.

Chilly Tales for Winter Fun

Here are a few books that you can share with your toddler to experience the frosty season of winter.  Enjoy!

 

Little Bea and The Snowy Day by  Daniel Roode.

Little Bea and her friends enjoy a day of snow angels, skating, and even making a new snow friend.

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