Story Time List - Snow

 

These books about snow were featured during Story Times in January 2014. Click on the catalog links to place these titles on hold.   

 

Foxes in the Snow
by Jonathan Emmett  ISBN: 9780230712294

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When Mother Fox goes out to look for food she leaves her fox cubs, Alfie and Bonnie, with clear instructions to stay inside where it's safe and snug. But the two young cubs can't resist the exciting world above, and soon find themselves in the middle of their first ever snowfall! But Alfie and Bonnie are only little and the world outside feels very big, and very white. If the snow keeps on falling, how will they ever find their way home?

 

 

Tiger in the Snow!
by Nick Butterworth  ISBN: 9780007119691

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Usually Tiger the kitten has lots of friends and it isn't hard for him to find someone to play with. But one day, when everything is covered in a chilly white blanket of snow, Tiger's friends are too cold or too busy to go out, and he has to play by himself. But then he finds something very unusual buried in the snow.

 

 

 

Ten on the Sled
by Kim Norman ISBN: 9781402770760

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In the land of the midnight sun, all the animals are having fun speeding down the hill on Caribou's sled. But as they go faster and faster, Seal, Hare, Walrus, and the others all fall off...until just Caribou's left, only and lonely. Now, a reindeer likes flying-but never alone, so..."one through ten, all leap on again!

 

 

Snow
by Manya Stojic  ISBN: 9780375823480

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Moose, bear, fox, and hare frolic in a snowy, glowy winter wonderland from the creator of "Rain." 

 

 

 

 

 

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Snow Bears
by Martin Waddell ISBN: 9780763619060

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Acclaimed storyteller Martin Waddell returns with a warm winter's tale of three little bears who love to pretend - and a Mommy Bear who loves to play along.

"But where are my baby bears?" Mommy Bear asked.

"I don't know where we are," said the biggest snow bear.

When Mommy Bear comes to look for her baby bears, she finds three snow bears instead. They don't look quite like her bears, but they do like to slide down the snowy slope and throw snowballs, just like her bears do. . . . Little readers will love being in on the charming snow bear game, illustrated by Sarah Fox-Davies with all the crisp beauty of a snowy day.