Brrrr.....Picture Books About SNOW!
We have lots of books about snow at the library, but here are a few new ones! To see all our picture books about snow, click here!
1. Waiting for Snow by Marsha Diane Arnold
Badger cannot wait one more minute for it to snow. When his friend
Hedgehog explains that everything comes in its time, Badger is
unconvinced and impatient as ever. But Badger's friends have a few
tricks up their sleeves to try and get the snow's attention and distract
their pal in the meantime.
2. Bunny Slopes by Claudia Rueda
A wonderfully interactive book that has the reader helping Bunny stay on track!
3. Little Penguins by Cynthia Rylant
Snowflakes? Many snowflakes. Winter is coming. So begins this
ever-so-simple story. As the snow starts to fall, the excited penguins
pull out scarves, mittens, heavy socks, and boots, and Mama helps them
bundle up. But when it’s time to go out, one timid penguin decides to
stay home. Filled with waddling baby penguins, playful text, and
delightful illustrations, this book feels like a young picture-book
classic in the making.
4. Best in Snow by April Pulley Sayre
gorgeous photo illustrations, award-winning author April Pulley Sayre
sheds sparkly new light on the wonders of snow. From the beauty of snow
blanketing the forest and falling on animals’ fur and feathers to the
fascinating winter water cycle, this nonfiction picture book celebrates
snowfall and the amazing science behind it.
5. Snow Friends by M. Christina Butler
Snow Friends is a charming, simple story of teamwork and
friendship. Inside you’ll find adorable illustrations with a unique
glitter cover that makes the snow sparkle! Join Little Bear as he
navigates the winter wonderland with his new friends. A board book perfect for the youngest of readers!
6. A Dot in the Snow by Corrinne Averiss
As Miki the polar bear romps in the snow, he spots a bright red dot far
off in the distance. It turns out to be . . . a little girl with a
twinkly face and gurgling laugh! Now Miki has someone to play with.
Together the brand-new friends toss snowballs, have icy adventures, and
eventually find their way home to snuggle with their mothers.
Wonderfully sweet and spare illustrations capture a wintertime
friendship in this warm picture book.
7. Penguin Problems by Jory John and Lane Smith
A penguin levels with human readers about what penguin life is really
like--and it isn't all fun and games. A hilarious first collaboration
from Jory John (All my friends are dead. and Quit Calling Me a Monster!) and Lane Smith (The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales).
8. The Little Snowplow by Lora Koehler
On the Mighty Mountain Road Crew, the trucks come in one size: BIG. That
is, until the little snowplow joins the crew. None of the other trucks
think that the little snowplow can handle the big storms, but he
knows that he can do it—and just to be sure, he trains hard, pushing
loads of gravel, pulling blocks of concrete, and doing plow lifts to get
ready. But when a blizzard arrives, will the little snowplow’s training
be enough to clear the streets and handle unexpected trouble? Taking
its place beside classics such as The Little Engine That Could and Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, this tale of a plucky little plow will find a clear path to readers’ hearts.