Brrrrr! Time to cozy up with a good story! Check out these winter tales @ the ERC…. Fun for the whole family!
A little boy discovers the sounds of winter, in Winter’s Song, written by Claire Daniel and illustrated by Leslie Bowman.
A collection of poems about winter, including “Sled,” “Icicles,” and “Ice Fishing” appear in Winter Eyes: Poems & Paintings, by Douglas Florian.
A woman frantically rushes to prepare for the fast-approaching winter while her husband sits idly by in Hurry, Hurry, Mary Dear! written by N.M. Bodecker and illustrated by Erik Blegvad.
One winter John Thompson skis across the Sierra Nevada Mountains and creates a path upon which mail and people may travel, thus earning his nickname “Snowshoe Thompson” in Snowshoe Thompson, by Nancy Smiler Levinson with pictures by Joan Sandin.
During a cold spell in December, a song sparrow that has not migrated south must adapt to the changes that winter brings, in The moon of the winter bird, written by Jean Craighead George and illustrated by Vincent Nasta.
Is that hot chocolate ready yet?!