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.
No by Claudia Rueda
It's winter and little bear doesn't want to go to sleep. He'd rather play, and he's sure he won't get cold outside, no matter how long the winter is, how deep the snow might get, or how hard the storm might blow. Until, that is, little bear finds himself all alone in a snowstorm.
Mouse's First Snow by Lauren Thompson
One cold day Mouse and Poppa venture into the clear white world. From sledding down hills, to skating across the ice, to meeting fluffy angels, Mouse finds that wintertime is full of surprises. And before it's time to go ome, Mouse just might have time to "make" a special new friend!
Snowy, Blowy Winter by Bob Raczka
Illustrations and simple rhyming text portray winter activities including snowman-building, sledding, sitting by a fire, and feeding birds.
No Two Alike by Keith Baker.
Follows a pair of red birds on a snowflake-filled journey through a winter landscape, where everything everywhere, from branches and leaves to forests full of trees, is unique.
Snow! Snow! Snow! by Lee Harper.
A father and his two sons spend a perfect day sledding together.
Additional Book Suggestion on winter from the Harris County Public Library Staorytime Database.