10 Snow books not to be missed

So the sun has gone down, everyone is inside for the night, but they just can’t get enough snow?

Snow Sunset

Its time to pull out the books on snow to continue with the fun after the sun goes down.

Here is a list of some Classic Kids (or adult!) reading fun:

For Young Kids:

  1. The Cat in the Hat Comes back, Dr. Suess: No explanation needed, its just fun!
  2. Froggy Gets Dressed, by Jonathan London: Time to break out the Froggy voices on this one!
  3. Mike Mulligan and his steam shovel, by Virginia Lee Burton: A inspiring “you can do it” story with Classic illustrations
  4. Cliffords first snow day, by Norman Bridwell: Who doesn’t love a story about a mischievous dog?
  5. Thomas Gets a Snowplow , by Rev. W. Awdry and Richard Courtney: If you have a little boy, watch his eyes light up with this one.
  6. Frozen, by RH Disney : Ok, parents, lets face it, its part of the culture now. But at least we can read it to get a break from watching it.

For Older Kids:

  1. The Long Winter, Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder: You think we got a lot of snow? Don’t know how you will survive without milk? Puts it into perspective.
  2. Little Women, By Louisa May Alcott: Classic story about the joys of a family growing together.
  3. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis: Escape into the magical kingdom frozen over, and let the adventure carry you away
  4. Seven Alone (On to Oregon!) By Honore Morrow: A True Story of survival for 7 Children who made it on the Oregon Trail after losing both parents.

Lets get reading!

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