Brave Irene by
A little girl needs to deliver a special package in a
Snowball by Ned Miller.
A town works together to create a huge snowball.
Flannel Kisses by
Linda Crotta Brennan.
A rhyming book about the adventures of a snowy day.
I am Snow by
An easy reader about snow.
The Jacket I
Wear in the Snow by Shirley Neitzel.
This book builds on a simple phrase with repetitive
language. A fun read-aloud.
Snip...Snow! by Nancy Poydar.
A little girl anticipates the first snowfall. She
and her class create paper snowflakes only to discover a
real snowfall has begun!
Snow Crystals by
A good reference book on snow crystals. Includes
photographs of actual snowflakes.
Snow Dance by
A rhyming story about all the fun that can happen in the
Snow is Falling
by Franklyn M. Branley.
A simple nonfiction book about snow and how it effects
The Snowman by
This wordless picture book allows the children to weave
their own tale.
The Snowy Day by
Ezra Jack Keats.
The ever-popular book about a young boy's adventures in
Sugar Snow (My
First Little House Books) by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Laura learns a late Spring snowfall will help the trees
produce more sap for maple syrup.
When it Starts
to Snow by Phillis Gershator.
A series of animals answer the question of what they do
when it snows.
Bright Snow by Alvin Tresselt.
The classic story of a late winter snow.
Toboggan Ride by Suzan Reid.
A little girl and her grandpa have an adventurous